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The Trump administration has continued its crackdown on immigration this week, most recently taking aim at so-called “sanctuary cities.” In January, President Donald Trump issued an executive order threatening to withhold federal funding from these cities which, to varying degrees, limit their entanglement in federal immigration enforcement to promote local public safety and community trust.
Meet Jamaica's own Maria Ziadie Haddad the first woman hired as a pilot by Air Jamaica and the first female Captain at Air Jamaica. Jamaica was the fourth country in the Western hemisphere and the 13th in the world to hire women as airline pilots.
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative announced the release of its newly updated pastoral resources for faith leaders in honor of Minority Health Month. The Pastoral Brief and the Activity Manual offer a foundational approach for faith leaders to address HIV within the Black community from a social justice perspective.
On Saturday, April 1, 2017, more than 1,000 art world luminaries, cultural philanthropists, civic leaders and artists attended PAMM’s Art of the Party presented by Valentino. The event, which honored contemporary artist Lorna Simpson, had its highest attendance to date, and raised more than $1.1 million for the museum’s robust education program, the largest outside the Miami-Dade County school system.
The privately run Adelanto Detention Facility in California.  News Americas, VICTORVILLE, CA, Thurs. Mar. 30, 2017: A 32-year-old Nicaraguan national has become the fifth immigrant detainee to die in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) this year. Osmar Epifanio Gonzalez-Gadba, passed away early Tuesday morning at Victor Valley Global Medical Center in Victorville, six days after he attempted to commit suicide.
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