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Latino Family in MS brutally assaulted by US Marshals Fugitive Task Force

MIRA has requested an investigation by the Department of Justice to determine whether members of a United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force violated the civil rights of residents of a home on Archer Avenue in Jackson, Mississippi on December 3, 2013. 
Members of the task force went to Archer Avenue around 6 AM in search of Lucious Perkins, an African-American male, who was wanted for Capital Murder.
When the arrived at the home, rather than finding any suspect, the officers encountered a Mexican-American family engaged in getting their children ready for school. …

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Critical Preparations for 2014 Legislative Session Underway

Mississippi’s 2014 Legislative Session begins on January 7th, and we’re preparing for action on a number of key issues. Our annual Civic Engagement day at the Capitol is Wednesday, January 22nd, and we are forming strategies to address the legislative issues at hand. While we’ll likely be facing opposition from anti-immigrant camps, 2014 appears to be a year in which we can gain some serious ground for immigrants and workers in areas like healthcare, éducation, and worker’s comp.
Since the 2014 Legislative Session has not yet begun, it’s unclear just how

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Unity Conference A Huge Success!

MIRA’s 7th Annual Unity Conference Criticizes Mexico and the United States for Victimizing Millions with theirWar on Drugs,” Contributing to Forced Migration
Sponsored by religious, union, community and civil rights organizations, the 7th Annual MIRA/SCLC Unity Conference organized by the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance, “CRIMMIGRATION: Les conséquences tragiques de AMÉRICANO. Drug Policies on Families and Youth,”  featured two leading opponents of the war on drugs.
The conference brought some 250 people together from throughout Mississippi and others from as far away as New York, Texas, Colorado and Mexico. Participants from Mexico and