Mexican Law Halts US From Turning Back Some Migrant Families

Mexican Law Halts US From Turning Back Some Migrant Families

Because of a recent law that prohibits the detention of immigrant children and families, Mexico has stopped accepting such families from South Texas.
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Lawsuit Alleges 'Willful Indifference' Led To Deadly Conditions In Oregon Prisons

January was a deadly month for inmates in Oregon prisons, with 20 coronavirus-related deaths. A lawsuit has been filed alleging poor conditions and “willful indifference” by the state.
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US for fair play, human rights while backing farm law trajectory

New Delhi says the three farm laws will give greater flexibility and freedom to sell farm produce but the protesting farmers claim they are heavily weighed …
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News & Events: Winner of the Ken Burns Prize for Film to be Honored This Evening

The Better Angels Society, the Library of Congress, and the Crimson Lion/Lavine Family Foundation today announced that the second annual Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film has been awarded to “Hold Your Fire,” a new film directed by Stefan Forbes. The film will receive a $200,000 finishing grant to assist with post-production costs.
The award will be presented in a virtual ceremony on Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. EST. The ceremony will include a conversation with the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, Ken Burns and the composer and musician Wynton Marsalis discussing the power of storytelling and our collective history.
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Routledge and CRC Press Ethics & Legal issues in Mental Health Books

View our complete catalog of authoritative Ethics & Legal issues in Mental Health related book titles and textbooks published by Routledge and CRC …
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