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LoveJustice Launches Ambassador Program in Dallas to Further Advance Social Justice Movement

DALLAS, TX (December 1, 2023) – Since establishing its online presence at on Earth Day 2022, LoveJustice has been recognized as a clear leader in the multi-cause social justice…
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Americans are Increasingly Worried About Immigration and National Identity, Poll Shows

By Laura Santhanam Feb 7, 2024 5:00 AM EST For a majority of Americans, the United States’ openness to people from all over the world remains essential to the fabric…
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Immigrant Workers Are Informing on Bad Bosses — And Getting Work Permits

Hundreds of New York laborers have received papers that let them get on-the-books jobs under a Biden administration policy that protects workplace whistleblowers and aids prosecutors. BY CLAUDIA IRIZARRY APONTE JAN. 30,…
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H-1B Domestic Visa Renewal Pilot Program Begins as Demand Soars

By Andrew Kreighbaum Jan. 29, 2024, 3:55 AM CST A limited number of H-1B workers now can begin applying to renew their visas without leaving the US, the first time in…
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Immigration Emerges as Key 2024 Election Wedge Issue for Trump, Vulnerability for Biden

By Alexandra Hutzler January 25, 2024, 4:15 AM “Biden’s on a tightrope with this issue,” one observer told ABC News. Immigration, one of the most politically divisive and complex matters…
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Over 150 Arrested During Human Trafficking Sting in Scottsdale

By Ben Bradley Published: Feb. 14, 2024 at 6:43 PM CST|Updated: Feb. 15, 2024 at 7:17 PM CST SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Scottsdale police say dozens of people were arrested during a multi-agency…
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Suburban Chicago Woman Arrested for Human Trafficking of Mexican Migrants

By John Dodge, Andrew Ramos. Updated on: February 14, 2024 / 3:53 PM CST / CBS Chicago (CBS) — A woman from Highland Park entrapped four migrants from Mexico into forced labor to…
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Governor DeWine Announces Nearly $5 Million to Enhance Support for Human Trafficking Survivors

February 16, 2024 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today announced more than $4.6 million in funding to help victim service agencies meet the needs of human trafficking survivors. Thirty nonprofit…
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Cougar Attacks Group of Mountain Bikers, Injures Woman Near Snoqualmie

By Olivia Sullivan. Published: 3:44 PM PST February 17, 2024 Updated: 10:19 PM PST February 17, 2024 One of the mountain bikers in the group pinned down a cougar after the attack…
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Link 2 Line Service Between South Bellevue Station and Redmond Technology Station Begins April 27

By Mike Lindblom February 15, 2024 Link light rail will serve eight new stations on the Eastside. Sound Transit announced today that the initial segment of the Link 2 Line…
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Seven Stunning New Murals in Boulder Highlight Black Artists and Culture

By Hyde Chrastina January 3, 2024 “Public art is a beautiful way for individuals to feel represented and understood.” Seven local muralists gathered in downtown Boulder during the fall to create original…
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