Did you see our email yesterday? Late last night Xavier sued President Trump for the 86th time.
He's taking ICE to court for threatening to deport international students who are unable to attend in-person college classes during this pandemic.
This new policy is just the latest example of Trump's xenophobic agenda. The President is trying to cruelly deport future doctors, scientists, and teachers from our country -- we refuse to let him.
Team, if you're with Xavier in this fight to stop Trump's cruel actions, can you add a $5 contribution today? We're not slowing down in this fight.
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We're not slowing down. After we filed our 85th lawsuit against President Trump earlier this week, Xavier just announced another new lawsuit to stop Trump's plan to deport international students.
The President wants to deport future doctors, nurses, and scientists if they attend their college classes virtually during the pandemic. Team: Not on our watch.
Chip in $5 as we continue to STOP Trump»
NPR: "ICE Threatens To Deport International Students If They Don't Attend In-Person Classes"
Now that many schools have temporarily switched to online-learning, President Trump threatens to deport the nearly one million international students who are enrolled in American colleges.
California has more international students than any other state -- and today we become the first state to sue the President over this shameful policy.
Trump's xenophobic actions keep breaking the law -- so we keep taking him to court. We intend to win this fight, just like we won on DACA, a recent border wall ruling, and other recent court victories.
As we stop Trump's cruel attacks, it makes a big difference to have grassroots supporters like you stand by our side. Team: If you're able, can you chip in to stand with Xavier today?
This marks our 86th lawsuit to stop Trump. Let's keep fighting. Contribute $5 to oppose Trump's cruel agenda today»
Everyone who works hard and plays by the rules should earn a chance to get ahead. That includes students -- our future doctors, scientists, and so much more. We'll see the President in court.