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Immigration – Georgia

“We believe immigrant rights are part of human rights.”

From the Editors |  Issue: September | October 2012

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Immigration struggles – a critical front in the movement for equality and justice

Jerome Scott & Walda Katz-Fishman |  Issue: November / December 2011

The immigration struggle moved into high gear last year with the passage of Arizona law SB 1070 and the threat of copycat laws across the nation, especially in the South, along with the failure of the US government to pass immigration reform and the Dream Act. SB 1070 swelled the wave of criminalization of immigrant […]

Divide and conquer

by John Slaughter |  Issue: May / June 2011

A full-scale campaign is underway to criminalize and demonize the immigrant population in Georgia. The corporatist political elite campaigned in the last election on a promise to pass an Arizona-style anti-immigrant law. Now a series of at least nine bills is making its way through the legislature, and already the politicians are boasting that Georgia […]

The politics of immigration

by Tribuno Del Pueblo |  Issue: May / June 2011

Georgia Legislators said that the purpose of their bill was to transfer the work done by undocumented immigrants to the rest of the workforce. But, in fact, the real purpose of the bill is to divide and conquer — setting worker against worker — and it will hurt all workers in Georgia, whatever their status. […]