Ethnic communities in an uproar over Trump’s immigration orders – Inquirer.net

Protester jam John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York after customs and immigration authorities detained travelers from seven Muslim countries, including US permanent residents, pursuant of Pres. Donald Trump’s executive order. Similar protest took place about a dozen airports across the US. FACEBOOK

NEW YORK CITY—Ethnic communities and grassroots organizations across the nation are in an uproar over immigration orders signed by President Donald Trump within a week from taking office, purportedly “to keep America safe.”

Many find Trump’s immigration policy–which includes halting federal funding for sanctuary cities–inhumane, radical and unconstitutional.

“These orders to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and punish sanctuary cities by cutting their federal funds are simply wrong and potentially dangerous to our public safety,” Margaret Fung,…

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