"We cannot stop ICE from operating in our cities, but we can and must speak out against these raids which destabilize neighborhoods, traumatize children, hurt many innocent people, and create distrust of law enforcement," the mayors of seven North Carolina cities hard-hit by ICE agents said in a joint statement Thursday.
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"At the end of the day, so much power is with individual officers."
Despite the image of dangerous "abortionists" in Mexico—rhetoric that echoes in today's xenophobic politics—some trusted providers earned the gratitude of those who crossed the border for abortion care.
"I think I gravitated toward family planning because even as a little kid in Colombia, I saw how unplanned pregnancies derailed people’s lives."
Legislators proposed several anti-choice amendments in the house judiciary committee's debate on H.57, which would codify abortion rights into state law.