The goal of Putin and his allies is to forestall popular protest among those tired of Putin’s long reign.
We’re happy to share this press release from our comrades at Migrant Justice. This is a crucial victory for undocumented folks in Vermont. Onwards!
January 15, 2020, Montpelier, VT — Human rights organization Migrant Justice and the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles have reached a settlement in a federal anti-discrimination lawsuit. The Vermont-based farmworker group, accompanied by its legal team, announced the settlement Wednesday in a press conference in the state’s capital.
“With this settlement, the state of Vermont makes good on its promise to guarantee access to driver’s licenses without discrimination,” said Migrant Justice leader and suit plaintiff Enrique Balcazar. “Though justice delayed is justice denied for the many whose lives have been ruined by the DMV’s harmful collaboration with ICE, we firmly believe that this settlement will put an end to that abuse of power going forward. Vermont’s immigrant community can now safely exercise this hard-fought right.”
In this era of “reconciliation,” Indigenous land is still being taken at gunpoint.
Toward Freedom's Bolivia Reader, which features voices on the post-electoral crisis in Bolivia, is now available for download.
Climate activists take a stand inside and outside Vermont's state capitol during Republican Governor Phil Scott's State of the State address.
A group of six campesino political prisoners maintain their innocence after 13 years inside Paraguay's Tacumbú jail.