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While I am not defined by DACA, much of what defines me is thanks to the Obama-era program.
With legislation, lawsuits, and advocacy, Washington leaders vow to have the last word.
The County reaffirms its commitment to immigrants and refugees and is unlikely to lose funding.
The Tacoma City Council makes moves post-Trump.
“An Injury to Juan Is an Injury to Al.”
Pointing to the federal government’s stance on undocumented immigrants, the board has halted all cross-border travel.
“When cities stand with their immigrant and refugee communities, they win.”
Jacque Larrainzar found 50-some people to share their stories, providing deep insight into the challenges of gay and transgender immigrants and refugees.
The vote comes the same day the King County Council established its own fund.
The reports were intended to call out those who denied requests to detain individuals without a warrant.
At least 275 detained immigrants are refusing to eat to protest conditions at the ICE facility.
At first glance, the report looks like a resistor’s guide to municipal government.
Customs founder Allen Huang is moving to Taipei, but for other locals, leaving the U.S. is complicated.
The City Council is making good on its January resolution, with the mayor in tow.
The suit could set a precedent for the POTUS’s authority to deport people.
The undocumented immigrant was brought here as a child, and arrested by feds last month.
Local leaders were quick to growl back.
Councilmembers Sawant and O’Brien have voiced their support for the labor action.
DHS released a list of places that won’t cooperate with ICE requests. King County couldn’t be prouder.
Once teetering on the edge of oblivion, the political club is now bigger than ever and in the spotlight. But who are they?