Possession of khat, a chewable plant stimulant that's popular in the Horn of Africa, may condemn a Somali immigrant in New Hampshire to indefinite detention. And in other news, hookworm is making a comeback—in Alabama and in court.
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‘I Think They Want Us to Die in There’: Federal Inspectors Highlight Detention Center’s Inhumane Conditions
The report confirms what people like Udoka Nweke have said for years: Facilities like Adelanto are unsafe, abusive to detained people, and the medical care provided is substandard at best.
In his decision, Judge Chen said the Trump administration lacked explanation or justification for terminating TPS, and cited evidence DHS officials were influenced by Trump's "animus against non-white, non-European aliens."
Immigrant communities "should definitely be concerned" about a new guidance at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, one policy analyst told Rewire.News.
My first day of graduate school was haunted by a tuition bill I could not pay precisely because my immigration status means I'm not eligible for federal aid.
Reporters and pundits in corporate media act less like journalists and more like right-wing megaphones. This needs to stop.