Immigration as a human rights issue

Let's counter the Trump-driven narrative about immigration as a problem with seeing immigrants as humans with rights. If capital can freely move across borders, so too should people.


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  • commented 2016-01-18 08:35:38 -0800
    No borders, no masters, no gods! P.S. No TV!
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  • commented 2015-12-25 12:16:10 -0800
    Thoughtful Americans are not fooled by the racists and xenophobes. The Green Party could stake out ethical territory while we support positive, humane public policies.
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  • commented 2015-12-15 21:11:55 -0800
    Bottom line is, we’re all human beings. We technically the only “species” that divides itself up based on race, nationality, religion, class, etc.

    Also, most immigrants (undocumented or not) contribute a lot to our society. In fact, many of them have been part of our communities for years or even decades..

    So with that all being said, why shouldn’t they enjoy the same rights as everyone else?
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