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Former Trump Campaign Manager Refuses To Apologize For Mocking Family Separation Of Child With Down Syndrome

The apathy continues. Corey Lewandowski, President Donald Trump‘s former campaign manager is refusing to apologize for dismissing the latest disturbing story to come out…

Graco Faces Backlash For Providing Car Seats To ICE’s Detained Children

A photo showcasing how ICE detained children are transported has sparked backlash, with critics calling it a “prison bus for babies.” Karnes County Residential Center is…

The U.S. Government Loses Nearly 1,500 Resettled Immigrant Children

The U.S. government admitted to losing nearly 1500 immigrant children, leaving many furious and spawning the hashtag #WhereAreTheChildren. CNN reported earlier this…

Trump Proposes Bill That Restricts Legal Immigration Based On One’s Education Level

President Trump just promoted a new bill on Wednesday (Aug. 2) that puts a massive restriction on legal immigration, The Washington Post reports. He aims to cut back on…

Trump Proposes Using National Guard To Collect “Illegal” Immigrants

On Friday (Feb. 17), The Associated Press procured a draft memo by the Trump administration that proposes mobilizing as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to collect…

‘Latino USA’s Maria Hinojosa Educates The Masses: “You Cannot Label A Human Illegal”

Journalist Maria Hinojosa, on national television, educated Trump surrogate Steve Cortes on the proper and improper uses of the term “illegal.” We, for one, are glad…

Chicago Museums Initiate Black And Brown Unity With Pioneering Town Hall

As the race to the White House draws to a close, two Chicago museums recognize that the future of black and Latino communities across the nation is at stake—especially…

A Daunting Glimpse At America Without Immigrants

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is determined to build a wall between Mexico and the United States if elected into the White House this November, but his…

Immigration Reform Has A Lot To Do With Winning The Latino Vote

As the presidential race draws closer to its finale in November, registered Latino voters aren’t playing coy with their thoughts on U.S. immigration policies. A…