HB 56


Kansas Sec’y of State Works to Spread Voter Suppression Measures

In the final weeks of October, most Secretaries of State were busy preparing to administer the election in their respective states. Ensuring a fair and well-functioning voting process for their constituents is ostensibly the most important priority for most Secretaries, … Continued

Is Alabama the Worst Place in America for Immigrants?

In the past few years, the anti-immigrant movement has become more and more emboldened with its nativist laws, which have been introduced in dozens of states. Just when we thought Arizona’s SB 1070 was the harshest bill to be introduced, … Continued


Voter ID Laws are Voter Suppression

Black, poor, female, or over 65? Your right to vote is in jeopardy. Voter ID laws have a devastating effect on groups of people who have fought hard for voting rights. Many conservative state lawmakers are attempting to implement Voter … Continued

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach Launches, Chairs Prairie Fire PAC

Kris Kobach has referred to his work making immigrants’ lives miserable as something he does in his “spare time.” What “spare time” exactly does Kobach plan on using to run his new political action committee, Prairie Fire PAC? In case … Continued


Immigration Reform Liars Institute: The Hypocrisy of IRLI’s Attack on CASA de Maryland

Earlier this week, the anti-immigrant organization Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) filed a complaint against CASA de Maryland, an organization that has long fought for just and fair treatment of immigrants. IRLI has been an opponent of such efforts for … Continued

Audiolog: Dreamers, not just What They’re Fighting for, but Who They’re Fighting

“Every great dream starts with a dreamer,” said Harriet Tubman over 100 years ago. As we gear up for another election year, Dream Act legislation is once again a topic of debate. Listen to the latest edition of Imagine2050′s audio … Continued

Recent HB 56 Protests Connect Alabama’s Past & Future

by Arianna Hermosillo In 2011, communities in Alabama faced a direct attack. All of House Bill 56 threatened to criminalize hard workers, dedicated students and committed community members across that state based not on their serious felony convictions, moral depravity … Continued