BREAKING: Court Denies Trump Admin Request for ACLU Case Dismissal

The Southern District Court of California has denied the Trump Administration’s request to dismiss the ACLU’s class-action lawsuit on behalf of parents and children brutally separated at the border. US District Judge Dana M. Sabraw wrote, “The government actors responsible

Vigil for Victims of Santa Fe Shooting

Raleigh, NC | Community members gathered Wednesday for a candlelight vigil, prayers, die-in, and Chinese lantern send-off for each one of the victims of the #SantaFeShooting. A gathering to remember the victims of Sante Fe and all other acts of gun

Customs and Border Patrol Accused of Severe Abuse

We are deeply troubled with reports of immigrant children being abused by the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP). The reports show evidence of CBP holding migrant children in excess of the 72-hour maximum period permitted by law, as well as

I-Team: SCOTUS Ruling on Travel Ban a Mixed Bag for Triangle

DURHAM (WTVD) — Though a final ruling is still months away, the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold an Executive Order on travel and immigration is highlighting the evolving nature of that order and its impact on the Triangle. Signed on

Community Protests Litigation Ban Against Center for Civil Rights

Protest litigation ban against Center for Civil Rights

Altha Carvey, UNC professor of geography, speaks in protest of the litigation ban against the Center for Civil Rights. Protesters gathered on Tuesday outside UNC’s Center for School Leadership Development to voice their disapproval for the proposed UNC Board of

Fun Without Borders

July 22, 2017 – A wonderful Event “Fun Without Borders” was held in Cary, North Carolina. It was organized by Sathya Sai International USA and Carolina Peace Center to invite refugee community children and families to mingle, play games, make