Should ‘Remain in Mexico’ Continue, It Would Mean Disaster at the Border and for Biden Foreign Policy
Should the Supreme Court uphold “Remain in Mexico,” this could also set a legal precedent that would make it extremely difficult for presidents to undo the policies of previous administrations. The dangerous consequences of a ruling that upholds “Remain in Mexico” are explored in detail in a new policy brief by Presente, Alianza Americas’ digital organizing powerhouse, and advocacy group Take Back the Court.
REPORT: SUPREME COURT AIMS TO IMPOSE SECOND TRUMP TERM FROM THE BENCH BY PERPETUATING DANGEROUS, INHUMANE ‘REMAIN IN MEXICO’ POLICY
Take Back the Court and Presente.org today released a new policy brief that examines the Supreme Court’s role in perpetuating the cruel, Trump-era ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy.
Ukraine Crisis Highlights How Those Fleeing Violence Need Solidarity and Support
As Russia’s shocking invasion of Ukraine is causing a new refugee crisis in Europe, Ukraine’s neighbors are welcoming and accepting Ukrainians fleeing the violence. The United States, Europe, and other allies are taking swift action to help the Ukrainian people, from humanitarian aid packages to loosening visa restrictions. This is urgently needed at this time, when Russia is threatening democracies everywhere.
Migrant Leaders Host Virtual Press Conference to Call for Ending Immigration Detention
In light of Congress facing a March 11 deadline to pass the government spending bill, which includes funding for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and immigration detention, and as Europe confronts the Ukraine migration crisis, Alianza Americas will host a virtual press conference on its #FreedomForAll campaign. The campaign calls to end the criminalization of migrants, abolish immigration detention, and invest in universal legal representation for migrants.
On #InternationalWomensDay, Migrant Leaders Call for Policies that Address Gender Violence in Central America and Mexico
On International Women’s Day, Mar. 8, women leaders of migrant rights organizations across the U.S. call for policies that address gender violence and end the impunity for gender crimes in Central America and Mexico.