Local protesters wanted to know the status of the President's tax returns.
People objecting to Pennsylvania’s status as the state with the widest gap between funding for rich and poor school districts have argued that a ZIP code all too often determines the quality of a student’s education.
Faith in Community, formerly known as Faith in the Valley, received one of the largest grants, of $600,000, to address a series of health issues, although efforts in Kern will be focused on air quality, said Joey Williams, lead organizer for the Kern County chapter.
Protesters chanting "Hey, hey, ho, ho, corporate greed has got to go" marched in Center City on Saturday, calling for President Trump to release his tax returns.
The goal, organizers said, is to form “action teams” to focus on immigration, racial profiling, the criminal justice system, health care and affordable housing.
Missouri Faith Voices calls this “a moral crisis.”
Religious leaders are urging people to flood social media this weekend using the hashtag #FreeMaribel. They believe the hashtag and Ivanka Trump could be key to preventing a Fairfield mother's deportation.
Denver Police Chief Robert White is inviting a few community members to advise him about use of force. Here’s who he asked.
Denver Police Chief Robert White invites community members to join board to help department rewrite use-of-force policy.
Father John Pedigo, the Director of Office for Peace and Justice with the Diocese of San Jose, and Nancy Palmer-Jones of the First Unitarian Church of San Jose, addressed the more than 50 demonstrators, including a dozen who volunteered to participate in the cleansing ritual.
“We are very grateful today that Immigration and Customs Enforcement has decided to exercise their discretion and grant a further year,” says Josh Doherty, Castro’s lawyer.
The bill would change Missouri Human Rights Act’s definition of a discriminatory practice against an employee that discrimination be the motivating factor instead of just a contributing factor as it currently reads.
Earlier this week, a federal judge signed off on a settlement ordering the state of Michigan to spend $97 million to replace all the lead service lines in Flint. 18,000 lead service lines will come out of the ground over the next three years.
Veronica Castro will walk into an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Baltimore, and she doesn’t know if she will be allowed to return home to her husband and their four children, who are all U.S. citizens.
Hundreds of immigration rights advocates and dozens of law enforcement officers showed up for a community forum Tuesday evening on immigration enforcement that was hosted by Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones.
Roughly 80 people packed a room at the Community United Methodist Church last week for a special “Rapid Response Training” put on by Faith In Action Bay Area, a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco.
Roman Catholic activists are calling on the Archdiocese of New York to take a stronger stance against deportation.
Jewish Community facilities in Alabama and across the nation have been subjected to bomb threats in recent weeks. In other areas, there have been threats against mosques.
The bill would prevent the use of state and local resources for federal immigration enforcement action and sharply limit the ability of local law enforcement jurisdictions to cooperate with federal immigration officials, much like the policies that already exist in Los Angeles.