SOURCE: New York Times
In the 40 years since the program was established, no refugee who has entered the country through the resettlement program has killed anyone in a terrorist attack in the United States.
by Elliott Young
As Justice Sotomayor wrote in her dissent, a recent decision could “permit Congress to constitutionally eliminate all procedural protections for any noncitizen the Government deems unlawfully admitted and summarily deport them no matter how many decades they have lived here, how settled and integrated they are in their communities, or how many members of their family are U. S. citizens or residents.”
by Jana Lipman
The experiences of Vietnamese refugees in the 1990s, who experienced detention and a bureaucratic process exposing them to dangerous repatriation, are a precedent for the treatment of asylum-seekers in contemporary America.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Carly Goodman, S. Deborah Kang and Yael Schacher
Immigration activists helped give power to asylum protections once before. They can do it again.
SOURCE: NY Times
“This is a stronger and more damning account of Dickens’s behavior than any other."
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