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Text messages warn Arizona activists of sweeps

Sheriff Joe Arpaio may be a smart man, but that doesn't stop human rights activists from outsmarting him.

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Dallas residents celebrate Day of the Immigrants

Every day, immigrants are leaving behind their homelands in search for the American dream. Their stories of struggle and hardships may never be heard.

Gutierrez, Ortiz introduce progressive immigration reform bill

On Tuesday December 15, Reps. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., and Solomon Ortiz, D-Tex., announced a new comprehensive immigration reform bill in the House of Representatives.

Immigrant deaths on Arizona border rise

With five weeks left in the fiscal year the number of human remains recovered on the Arizona-Sonora border since October 1, 2008 has reached 183 already surpassing last year's death toll.

Rights coalition calls for end to immigrant arrest program

More than 500 immigrants’ rights and social justice organizations have sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking that he stop a controversial program whereby state and local police are allowed to participate in immigration enforcement policies.

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