New York, NY-Today, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) heard oral arguments regarding President Trump’s memo excluding undocumented individuals from the 2020 Census count for the purposes of congressional apportionment. In July, the New York Immigration Coalition, the ACLU, New York Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Texas, ACLU of Southern California, and Arnold & Porter brought a lawsuit, New York Immigration Coalition V. Trump, which challenged President Trump’s memo.
As Oral Arguments Begin, Immigrant Advocates Urge SCOTUS to Reject Trump’s Unconstitutional Memo Excluding Undocumented Individuals from 2020 Census
Immigrant Advocates Demand Expansive, Ambitious Immigration Reform, After Helping Secure Biden/Harris Victory
New York, NY-This morning, the New York Immigration Coalition led advocates in a celebration of Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris’ overwhelming sweep of New York State and their campaign’s victory in the 2020 elections. Across the country, immigrant communities and people of color helped take back the “blue wall” states of Pennsylvania and Michigan as well as flipping formerly deep-red states like Georgia.