Renée Feltz is a multimedia investigative reporter based in New York City and the co-producer of DeportationNation.org, funded in part by a Soros Justice Fellowship, a program of the Open Society Institute. She is also a producer for Democracy Now!
Texas jurors were told that convicted murderer Duane Buck posed “future dangerousness” because he is black. He was scheduled to die on September 15 but received a last-minute reprieve.
As the Obama administration tries to salvage the Secure Communities program, governors and advocates alike are calling it what it is: racial profiling.
Salvador Licea shares his experience with the ICE Secure Communities Program.