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On Monday night, I flipped on the television in my living room and wandered off to prepare dinner, reducing the TV to mere background noise. But then I heard an advertisement that snapped me to attention and made me race back in to watch—and just about brought me to tears...
The public debate over immigration reform and the rhetoric that is being used in the Republican presidential primary in the last few months has prompted Bend the Arc, a Jewish social justice group, to launch a campaign against anti-immigrant hatred.
Last November, President Obama “went big” on immigration reform, extending protection to over 5 million immigrants living under the daily threat of deportation. A year later, where do we stand? We look back on our fight for immigration reform.
Imagine going to your doctor’s office in need of urgent medical attention only to be turned away because of your physician’s faith or beliefs. Now imagine that you were turned away solely on the basis of your sexual orientation or gender identification.
After the reform bill SB124 was stalled by the House Appropriations Committee in California, Bend the Arc recommits itself to the fight for criminal justice reform and ending solitary confinement for juveniles.