Daily Dispatch 10/22/18

A sampling of today’s headlines on immigration, race, and related stories.

October 22, 2018



from DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen: "While we closely monitor the caravan crisis, we must remain mindful of the transnational criminal organizations and other criminals that prey on the vulnerabilities of those undertaking the irregular migration journey. We shall work with our partners in the region to investigate and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law all who seek to encourage and profit from irregular migration. We fully support the efforts of Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico, as they seek to address this critical situation and ensure a safer and more secure region."

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Police attempt to prevent people from joining the caravan:


More from the Associated Press. And this:


Trump’s coverage of the caravan and Quixote Center’s response:


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A that family separation didn’t start with “zero tolerance” and remains ongoing.

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More background on that immigration related between John Kelly and John Bolton (from WaPo).

Farmworker justice organizations begin a today, seeking to “amplify the national boycott of Wendy’s and expose the hamburger chain’s refusal to protect farmworkers’ human rights by joining the Presidential Medal-winning Fair Food Program (FFP).” Here is a map of planned actions:



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