MAKING JUSTICE REAL: THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CIVIL, LABOR, AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROVISIONS OF ICE’S PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION POLICY – JUNE 2012

This report is based on the stories of the Southern 32: grassroots civil, labor, and human rights defenders from New Orleans, Louisiana, who face deportation for standing up to expose civil and labor rights violations by employers, law enforcement, or Department of Homeland security agents. Through their demand for protections from deportation because of their status as civil, labor, and human rights defenders, the Southern 32 represent and embody the fate of a whole nation of immigrant civil rights leaders who are upholding rights and values that are vital to everyone in the United States.

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MAKING JUSTICE REAL: THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CIVIL, LABOR, AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROVISIONS OF ICE’S PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION POLICY – JUNE 2012