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  1. Unaccompanied immigrant children report serious abuse by U.S. officials during detention

    June 11, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  2. South Tucson Officials Agree to Comprehensive Revision of Police Practices Related to SB 1070

    May 20, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  3. ACLU says Tucson Police Department Violates Constitutional Rights in Use of SB 1070 "Show Me Your Papers" Law

    April 4, 2014Press releaseRacial Justice, Immigrants' Rights
  4. Federal Court Strikes Down Arizona Law Denying Bail to Immigrants

    October 15, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  5. ACLU Files First Lawsuit Challenging Officers Use of SB 1070 "Show Me Your Papers" Law

    September 25, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice
  6. Workers Request Immediate Halt to Arpaio’s Workplace Raids Pending Outcome of Court Case

    August 7, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  7. Federal Court Deals New Blow to Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant SB 1070

    October 8, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  8. Court Places Limits on Sheriff Arpaio to Prevent Future Racial Profiling of Latinos

    October 2, 2013Press releaseRacial Justice, Immigrants' Rights
  9. Arizona Governor Extends Discriminatory Driver’s License Ban Against DREAMers to Other Immigrants, Including Certain Domestic Violence Survivors

    September 17, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights
  10. ACLU-AZ Releases New Mobile Phone App As Part of New SB 1070 Abuse Documentation Campaign

    June 18, 2013Press releaseBorder Rights, Racial Justice, Immigrants' Rights

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