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AMOR disrupts State Treasurer meeting over State’s continued business with Wyatt bondholders

"We are calling on you and this office to end your partnership with Invesco as just one of several investment firms...

Never Again Action returns to the Wyatt Detention Facility

"It was the first prison to dabble in privatization and that is why closing it is such a of such great...

Central Falls passes Community Policing and Immigration ordinance to codify protections from ICE

"No one should feel that they can't call the police because they fear that they might be deported," said the sponsor, City...

Vigil for International Migrants Day

Standing Up for Racial Justice Rhode Island (SURJ) braved the windchill to hold a vigil outside the Federal Building across from Kennedy...

Refugee Dream Center celebrates World Refugee Day as America turns its back

The Refugee Dream Center celebrated World Refugee Day with song, dance, food, poetry and visits from elected officials. "We have over 65 million people displaced...

Providence rallies against criminalization

Unnoticed by many Rhode Islanders, nearly 100 people turned out at the Roger Williams Memorial Park on North Main Street in Providence for a...

Protesters demand end to family separation at Homeland Security office in Warwick

Over fifty people showed up outside the United States Customs and Border Protection offices on Jefferson Boulevard in Warwick Friday morning to demand an...

Week two of the Rhode Island Poor People’s Campaign takes on systemic racism and...

Week two of the Rhode Island Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival tackled the linked issues of systemic racism and poverty....

Senate committee moves legislation that will continue driver’s licenses for Dreamers

The Senate Judiciary Committee passed S2678a, which will allow DACA recipients to continue driving legally in Rhode Island. The DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood...

Call the AMOR Support Line at 401-675-1414 if you are dealing with an immigration...

If you know someone who is dealing with an immigration issue or police violence, tell them to call the AMOR Support Line at 401-675-1414....