After the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals allowed most of Senate Bill 4, commonly known as the Sanctuary Cities Bill, to go into effect last month, immigrant advocates promised the fight against the proposed legislation was far from over.
When the Trump administration announced on March 26 that the 2020 census questionnaire will ask all U.S. households whether they are citizens or not, health and society junior Berenice Ramirez did not know what to think — in part because she’s an undocumented immigrant.
Speaking out about everything from gun reform to helping homeless veterans, hundreds of social work students from colleges across Texas met at the south steps of the State Capitol on Monday afternoon as part of Social Work Student Day at the Legislature.
An estimated 20,000 people marched from City Hall to the State Capitol during Austin March for Our Lives. The march protesting lax gun laws was held one month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
More than 800 marches occurred simultaneously around the world, all underneath the umbrella of the “March for Our Lives,” with the flagship event held in Washington D.C. by the survivors of the Parkland shooting.