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Press Coverage

2018

  • Houston Chronicle

    Activists from groups including FIEL, United We Dream and the Houston Autonomous Brown Berets, along with men, women and children, marched in a tight clump behind a blue cloth banner with "#AbolishICE" scrawled across it in large letters.

  • video.sinovision.net

    7月9日下午,休斯敦民权组织、休斯敦市民和Faraz家人聚集在位于休斯敦布什机场附近的ICE拘留中心门口举行抗议记者会,要求ICE释放持有合法留学签证的巴基斯坦籍留学生

  • CW39 Houston

    HOUSTON— Family members and community leaders gathered outside of the Core Civic Center to demand action for Pakistanian student Mohammad Sarfaraz. Hussain, who is here on a student VISA was arrested and placed in an ICE detention center. Hussain told FIEL, that he was flying into Hobby Airport when TSA officers threatened to deport his family and forced him to sign a paper that relinquished his rights and was sent to an ICE detention center.

  • The Daily Sentinel

    A constituent talks with U.S. Senator Ted Cruz about how its been difficult for him to reach the senator during a campaign stop in Nacogdoches Friday. Cruz blamed the activist group Indivisible for flooding his offices with phone calls and emails.

  • Houston Chronicle

    A Houston-area lawmaker was criticized on Monday for tweeting about "cleaning up" a Houston underpass where homeless people lived.

  • Houston Chronicle

    ATLANTA (AP) - Thousands have marched peacefully in downtown Atlanta as part of a nationwide protest of a U.S. immigration policy that has separated children from their parents. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports a crowd estimated by police at 4,000 braved the heat Saturday to walk roughly a half-mile from the Atlanta City Detention Center to the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, where they heard U.S. Rep. John Lewis and others denounce the Trump administration for separating more than 2,000 children from their parents as part of a "zero-tolerance" crackdown on illegal immigration at the Mexican border.