“We want land. We want bread. We want housing, education and justice and peace,” Black Panther Party chairman Henry Wallace said.
“All power to the people!” the crowd chanted, the sea of black berets bobbing in unison.
The 18-year old, living in Israel for the past few years and using anonymizer software to cover his tracks, first made threats to a Jewish institution in New Zealand back in 2016, then to one in Australia, and finally, most recently to 16 Jewish centers in nine U.S. states in the United States. The teen also made a bomb threat to Delta Airlines, forcing it to make an early landing.
As U.S. President Donald Trump approves policies threatening to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, a new report shows that such policies would affect mostly domestic workers who are victims of human trafficking as they already suffer massive abuse due to their immigration status, a new report shows.
The National Domestic Workers Alliance and Institute for Policy Studies released Tuesday “The Human Trafficking of Domestic Workers in the United States Findings from the Beyond Survival Campaign,” which documents stories of 110 domestic workers who survived human trafficking.
The report found that among all the reported cases, 78 percent of survivors were threatened with deportation if they reported abuse which included, withholding payments, the seizure of passports and IDs, and emotional or verbal abuse by their employer including physical and sexual abuse.
Immigrant communities across the United States have reported a sharp increase in fear of deportation since Trump was elected.
Across the United States, organizers are presenting an antitode to the rising climate of fear in immigrant communities with a series of anti-deportation trainings aimed at ensuring undocumented people know their rights in the face of a ongoing wave of immigrations raids and an expected intensified crackdown.
The database, expected to be operational by September, will collect bulks of information on potential deportees.
Software company Palantir is gearing up to finalize the development of a massive intelligence database pitted to serve as “the engine for Donald Trump’s deportation machine,” according to an investigative report by the Intercept.