Carl Lindskoog is an activist, educator, and historian. He is the author of Haitian Refugees and the Rebirth of Immigrant Detention in the United States, 1973 to 2000 (forthcoming, University Press of Florida).
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Sunday, November 13, 2016
When Trump’s “Deportation Force” Comes for Us, History Can Show Us How to Respond
The undocumented members of our communities are frightened. And for good reason. In his first day in office, President-elect Trump has vowed to reverse President Obama’s executive orders shielding certain undocumented people from deportation, to cancel federal funding to Sanctuary Cities, and to...