These spaces provoked the most intense fears of racial mixing among young men and women. Scantily clad bathers flirting and playing raised the specter of interracial sex and some feared for young white women’s safety.
For 90 minutes, attendees chanted "Shame" and "Shut Down Berks" in both English and Spanish; sang songs, and heard stories of people who had been held in the detention center -- either separated or with their children.
Acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services director Ken Cuccinelli said Wednesday that the raids are “absolutely going to happen,” although he wouldn’t specify a timeline, CNN reported.
Women do not deserve to be judged. We deserve to be heard; we deserve to be understood; and we will have our rights protected.
Eliminating the General Assistance program is simply the wrong decision. It is one of the most vital human services programs we have in our state today, while also amounting to a relatively small portion of the state budget.
“Pennsylvania must secure its elections and provide real reform that makes it easier to vote,” Wolf said in a statement Friday.
Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta is the first LGBTQ person of color to be elected to Pennsylvania's General Assembly. It's part of the reason the Philadelphia Democrat wanted the state House to recognize the 50th anniversary...
By Nicole Smith Dahmen and Paul SlovicWhen the Associated Press published Julia Le Duc’s photograph of a drowned Salvadoran man, Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez, and his 23-month old daughter Valeria, it sparked outrage on...
Pennsylvania's county governments are "systematically cooperating" with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to deport undocumented immigrants who end up in local police custody.
Ten state motorists are suing the Pennsylvania State Police for alleged racial profiling and enforcing federal immigration law without a criminal warrant.The allegations stem from five separate incidents beginning in early 2017, some including...