"Justice Department officials met with civic and religious leaders in Alabama Friday morning. Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez told reporters that local
leaders are concerned about reports of increased bullying in schools and
a large absence of Hispanic students from classes. The section...
"This essay contends that the civil rights implications for immigrants
and Latinos raised by the state immigration laws are in many respects
similar to the civil rights issues raised by Jim Crow for
African-Americans. This is true even though the current litigation
centers on federal preemption...
"Apparently, Alabama lawmakers felt they hadn't gone far enough last
year when they enacted the most draconian immigration law in the nation,
which, among other things, required schools to determine the
immigration status of their students. Now, the Legislature has revised
the law to...
Natalie Bruzda, Las Vegas Review-Journal, Feb. 6, 2017 - "Future decisions by the Trump administration on immigration enforcement could signal the next civil rights movement, a Cornell Law School professor told journalists Friday at an Education Writers Association seminar.
“I think that...