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Thomas A. Saenz Statement on President’s Decision to Provide Relief for Undocumented Youth

Today, MALDEF President and General Counsel, Thomas A. Saenz, released a statement in response to President Obama’s decision to provide relief to undocumented youth who have lived in the United States for most of their lives. According to a memo from Secretary Napolitano, on a case-by-case basis, undocumented youth shall be immune from deportation through […]
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Keynote Remarks by Reggie Shuford at Motley Luncheon

EJS’s new Director of Law and Policy, Reggie Shuford, delivered the following remarks at our 5th Annual Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship Luncheon, held today at the Empress of China restaurant in San Francisco. Reggie’s keynote was preceded by an introduction by EJS President Eva Paterson and a presentation by third-graders from Civicorps […]
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Keynote Remarks by Reggie Shuford at Motley Luncheon

EJS’s new Director of Law and Policy, Reggie Shuford, delivered the following remarks at our 5th Annual Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellowship Luncheon, held today at the Empress of China restaurant in San Francisco. Reggie’s keynote was preceded by an introduction by EJS President Eva Paterson and a presentation by third-graders from Civicorps […]
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National Immigration Law Center, MALDEF, ACLU, ACLU of Arizona to Mount Legal Challenge Against Arizona Racial Profiling Law

The National Immigration Law Center, MALDEF, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the ACLU of Arizona today held a news conference in front of the Arizona State Capitol Building in Phoenix to announce their future legal challenge to Governor Jan Brewer’s recently signed SB1070. The organizations also sought to address misinformation and fears that have […]
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Latinos Missing from NY Times Recollection of 2009 Passings

Our friend and ally Tom Saenz, President and General Counsel of MALDEF, has brought to our attention the issue addressed in the article that follows. After seeing the new Star Trek movie, he pointed out that there are apparently no Latinos in the future. There were no Latino characters on the starship Enterprise. The following […]
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