BRIC Discourse: Why You Should Analyze Your News Sources

By Jacob Lintner, Communications Intern It’s always important to monitor where we get our news and how we talk about marginalized communities. With rampant vocal ideological division ever-present, this becomes paramount. We’re in an age where just about anyone can build a platform and spread their ideas to a wide audience. That means that fact … Continue reading BRIC Discourse: Why You Should Analyze Your News Sources

287(g) Agreements and their Detrimental Effects

By Courtney Maurer, Director of Research  Since its founding, the United States has had a complicated relationship with immigration, favoring certain immigrant groups and holding anti-immigrant sentiments towards others. This anti-immigrant sentiment has been embodied in several laws passed over centuries. Presently there is one particular immigration law that tends to be overlooked and unfamiliar … Continue reading 287(g) Agreements and their Detrimental Effects