What Fierce Advocacy Looks Like: “I want to be with my family, in my country”

By: Thursday August 11, 2011 5:45 pm

Current TV/Countdown’s guest host David Shuster interviewed Bradford Wells and Anthony John Makk on Wednesday to discuss their immigration situation.

Late Night FDL: Religions Do the Right Thing in Alabama. And then There’s Michele Bachmann’s Faith

By: Tuesday August 2, 2011 8:00 pm

Gods bless the churches in Alabama where leaders of Episcopal, Methodist and Roman Catholic churches, representing 338,000 Alabama residents, filed suit Monday to block enforcement of the state’s new immigration law, claiming it prevents free exercise of religion. The Southern Poverty Law Center has also filed a suit opposing the law.

Signs from Saturday’s SF Immigration Protest Rally Against the AZ Diamondbacks

By: Sunday May 30, 2010 7:30 pm

This Saturday’s long urban ramble ended at the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero at 4pm, just in time to join the rally of immigration rights activists planning to march to AT&T Park to protest the Arizona Diamondbacks because of their state’s new “papers please” law.

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