Migrants Vulnerable Again As Ike Approaches Texas

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The climate of terror that the U.S. federal government has forced upon millions of unauthorized migrants has ensured, yet again, that migrants will likely be at risk of great harm as Hurricane Ike approaches Texas.  Some migrants would rather take their chances at home than risk getting detained and deported.

XP has two important posts on Hurricane Ike, one where he's updating with recent developments, and another entitled "As Hurricane Ike Looms Closer, Immigrants Refuse To Leave."

Don't we wish the U.S. were as good as Cuba is at evacuating people out of harms way in the face of hurricanes.



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