Salvadoran Mother Still Fears Deportation, Separation From ChildrenRoxana Santos, a mother of four, fears she’ll be deported to El Salvador when she meets with immigration officials next week, and activists say they believe she is being retaliated against after winning a federal lawsuit.
Maryland Mother Detained By ICE Since January Is ReleasedRoxana Santos, a Salvadoran woman who was detained by immigration officials in January, was released from custody.
Md. Mom In Alleged Racial Profiling Legal Battle Now Detained, Faces DeportationA Maryland mother who sued Frederick County for alleged racial profiling now faces deportation.
Baltimore Community Leaders Call For Change Amidst Hate Crime RiseHate crimes are now up in most major cities, and there are people in Baltimore's community who want change, and who are determined to help each other 'heal the divide' so many are feeling after what happened last weekend in Pittsburgh.
Immigrant Rights Group Appeals DACA Ruling In MarylandCASA de Maryland on Friday filed notice of its appeal to Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia.
Baltimore To Move Forward With Program To Provide Legal Assistance For Undocumented ImmigrantsBaltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is supporting a program that will provide legal assistance to undocumented immigrants who are at risk for deportation.
Maryland Colleges Urge Lawmakers To Extend DACA ProtectionsA day after the president dismantled DACA, Maryland universities fire back in defense of their students.
Heated Battle Over Immigration Continues In Baltimore County RallyThe heated battle over immigration continues in Baltimore County with some families wondering what's next.
Baltimore Group Calls For Illegal Immigrant To Be Released From JailA local group is calling on immigration officials to make an exception and release an illegal immigrant after he was arrested in Baltimore.
Activist Groups Rally Against Latest Travel Ban, Immigration LawsImmigrant activists take to the streets of Baltimore to protest what they call, unfair immigration policies.
Professor And Child Advocate Uses Criminal Justice Degrees For The Greater Good In BaltimoreSpreading justice and education throughout Baltimore is just another day for Evangula Brown.