WASHINGTON D.C. – The Supreme Court ruled against President Trump’s bid to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program Thursday, preventing 700,000 recipients from facing possible deportation. “We’re making history,” Anel Medina, a […]
“Imagine being pulled over because I’m black,” Joella Roberts said as she addressed protesters with a loudspeaker. “And it’s a double whammy because I’m undocumented.” Roberts led hundreds of Black Lives Matter protesters on a […]
As an impromptu speaker’s corner emerged at Lafayette Park during the Black Lives Matter protest Thursday, an unlikely person took to the megaphone. “Racism in immigrant communities is very rampant,” announced Javaneh Pourkarim, an Iranian […]
As Baltimore’s homicide rate rises, with nine people killed over Memorial Day weekend, the city’s mayoral candidates are ramping up advocacy to turn this city around. To one former candidate, Baltimore is experiencing a violence […]
BALTIMORE, M.D. – As aid slowly rolls out for small businesses and families in Maryland, one demographic has been left hanging: international students. In the absence of government help, Baltimore’s Nepalese community came together Saturday […]
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos unveiled her final new Title IX guidelines Wednesday, adding more barriers to justice for already vulnerable noncitizen survivors of sexual assault.