Category Archives: Racial Justice

AG Leads Coalition in Support of Historic Suit to Save TPS

Mass. Attorney General Leads Coalition in Support of Historic Suit to Save TPS June 22, 2018 – Today, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healy led a powerful coalition of Attorneys General from 17 states in filing an amicus brief in federal court in Boston on the side of the immigrant plaintiffs in Centro Presente v. Trump. The case, filed

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Wynn Resorts: Back In The Sexual Harassment Business?

Wynn Resorts: Back In The Sexual Harassment Business? Announces Everett, MA Casino Will Partner With Restaurant Found Liable For Sexual Harassment Of Low-Wage Latina Worker  Boston, MA – Directly on the heels of removing Steve Wynn’s name from the casino it is building in Everett, Massachusetts, Wynn Resorts announced this week a partnership with the

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TPS Deportations Would Be A Death Sentence, Fact-Finding Delegation Confirms

Fact-Finding Delegation Confirms That Deporting TPS Recipients Would Be Tantamount to a Death Sentence Delegation Documents Severe Economic Stagnation, Staggering Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, and Forced Internal Displacement Due to Violence Delegation Leader is Detained at Newark Airport Boston, MA — June 5, 2018 — Today, Centro Presente, Alianza Americas, and the Lawyers’ Committee for

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Federal Court Challenge to Trump Administration’s Honduras TPS Termination

CIVIL RIGHTS AND IMMIGRANT JUSTICE GROUPS ANNOUNCE FEDERAL COURT CHALLENGE TO TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S TERMINATION OF TPS FOR HONDURANS Today, in response to the Trump Administration’s statement that it is terminating humanitarian protection for Honduran immigrants by rescinding the country’s Temporary Protected Status (TPS), civil rights and immigrant justice organizations announced that they would immediately move to challenge the

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Opposition to Census Citizenship Question

Opposition to Census Citizenship Question In an alarming move widely seen as part of a broader anti-immigrant agenda, the Trump Administration announced that the 2020 census will ask individuals whether they are U.S. citizens. The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice stands in firm opposition to the addition of a citizenship question on

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