"When people are afraid to appear for court hearings, out of fear of apprehension by immigration officials, their ability to access justice is compromised," Fairhurst wrote. "Their absence curtails the capacity of our judges, clerks and court personnel to function effectively."
Murguía's piece concludes with a plea for the rest of the open borders lobby and amnesty advocates to continue to try to hold up deportation processes by the Trump Administration, writing "we're deploying every tool we've got to oppose this ill-conceived policy — in the media, in the courts and in peaceful protests in the streets."
Based on McCraney's play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue and adapted for the screen by him and Jenkins, Moonlight unfolds over three chapters in the life of a young, gay black man growing up in a rough Miami neighborhood.
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