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Political Education

New Laws to Fill Jails, Detention Centers

Starting in the 1980s, elected officials across the US began to create new laws to criminalize more of us for longer sentences, to fill the new prisons they built.
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Electoral

¡Rompe! NC Latinxs Voters Broke Records in 2020

Thousands of conversations later, Siembra members are proud of the historic Latinx turnout in November.

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¡Rompe! NC Latinxs Voters Broke Records in 2020
ICE/La Migra

Under the cover of a pandemic, 13 New NC Sheriffs Enter 287(g).

Under the cover of a pandemic, rural sheriffs across the state secretly signed new ICE collaboration agreements.

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Under the cover of a pandemic, 13 New NC Sheriffs Enter 287(g).
ICE/La Migra

Immigration Law = Tax Law. Way bigger than Trump's taxes.

It's way bigger than Trump's taxes. It's about surveillance, impunity for wealthy tax scofflaws and criminalization of our people.

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Immigration Law = Tax Law. Way bigger than Trump's taxes.
Workers Rights

Latina Equal Pay Day: what we're doing about it.

What your tia and domestic worker organizers are doing about nuestra wage gap.

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Latina Equal Pay Day: what we're doing about it.
Electoral

¡Votando se puede! Expanding our Latinx electoral power.

Why we're expanding to build statewide Latinxs electoral power.

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¡Votando se puede! Expanding our Latinx electoral power.
Political Education

History of The Police

Not many of us know about the real origins of professional policing here in the South: actual slave catchers.

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History of The Police
Political Education

Afro-Latinx

This is our fight too, not least because at least three million of us in the US are Black.

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Afro-Latinx
Political Education

Black Latinx as Criminals

Since the 1800s Black, Latinx and Asian communities have been painted as criminals by right-wing politicians seeking electoral advantage and “Jim Crow” and “Juan Crow” laws actually making our existence unlawful.

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Black Latinx as Criminals
Political Education

Legacy of Solidarity

Along with our shared criminalization by white supremacist forces, our communities have a lineage of solidarity and mutual aid that goes back decades.

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Legacy of Solidarity
Political Education

Police Brutality

Black people are still far more likely than white, Latinx, Black or Asian people to be killed by the police in the US.

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Police Brutality
Political Education

Police Defend Racism White Violence

Over and over throughout recent history the police have cracked down on attempts by Black people to exercise their rights. But white “protesters” often receive very different treatment.

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Police Defend Racism White Violence
ICE/La Migra

Defend yourself from ICE and know your rights

Sheriffs across the state are signing new agreement with ICE, whose agents have escalated their tactics in making community arrests, especially targeting people while driving in their cars. Learn how to defend your rights.

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Defend yourself from ICE and know your rights
ICE/La Migra

The crisis at Stewart during the pandemic

In April and May 2020 Stewart Detention Center experienced a large-scale COVID outbreak that forced detainees to begin a hunger strike. Some of the leaders were Siembra members from North Carolina, who were retaliated against with pepper spray and pellet guns.

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The crisis at Stewart during the pandemic