Tohono O’odham historic sites at risk as border wall construction advances in Arizona

The leader of the Tohono O’odham Nation is once again vowing to fight against the construction of new border fencing along their ancestral lands in southwestern Arizona, as works crews encroach sites of historical and cultural significance to the O’odham people. Some of the key locations include an ancient burial site located in the...

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How to Capitalize on Immigration Reform

An Open Letter to President Trump and Supporters DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival youth who were brought to the United States illegally as minor children by their parents. President Obama established the program by executive order in 2012.  Eligible DACA recipients receive two-year renewable deferrals from deportation...

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Cruelty and incompetence on the border

Like most Americans, we have been sickened by the sights and sounds of children torn away from their families at the border. President Trump’s separation policy was designed for maximum deterrence against immigrants seeking asylum or crossing the border. And whether by incompetence or by intent, Trump’s administration had no...

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