During production of our newest episode, "The Deported: America's Immigration Battle," Fault Lines producer, Paul Abowd, complied a list of journalists, bloggers, activists, and analysts that they follow on Twitter for the latest on immigration. Check out the list below, and follow #TheDeported to join us for our livetweet of the episode premiere tonight, Friday, January 31, at 9:30 pm EST.
1. Adrian Carrasquillo, @RealAdrianC, breaking news reporter at BuzzFeed.
2. AILA, @AILANational, The American Immigration Lawyers Association is a national association of 13,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration.
AILA Encouraged By Release of House Republican Immigration Standards http://t.co/Yr9qMyx632— AILA (@AILANational) January 31, 2014
3. Ali Noorani, @anoorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum.
4. DRM Action Coalition, @DRMAction, a voice for undocumented youth in our nation's capital.
5. Elise Foley, @elisefoley, politics and immigration reporter for The Huffington Post.
GOP principles don't have a path to citizenship, but don't mention banning undocumented from ever becoming citizens http://t.co/zMB5JXVcc7— Elise Foley (@elisefoley) January 30, 2014
6. Erica Pearson, @ericalpearson, immigration reporter for New York Daily News
7. FAIR, @FAIRImmigration, FAIR is a nonprofit working towards securing the borders, ending illegal immigration, and decreasing legal immigration
9. HP Latino Voices, @LatinoVoices, The Huffington Post's Latino Voices section
10. Immigration Council, @ImmCouncil, The American Immigration Council promotes the prosperity and cultural richness of our diverse nation
11. Immigration Policy, @ImmPolicyCenter, IPC is an immigration research and advocacy organization that seeks to shape a rational conversation on immigration through research and analysis
12. Julia Preston, @JuliaPrestonNYT, national immigration correspondent for The New York Times
13. Luis V. Gutierrez, @RepGutierrez, Democratic member of Congress representing the 4th District of Illinois
14. Mark Krikorian, @MarkSKrikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies
GOP Establishment Plan To Keep 2014 Election Focus on Obamacare: Let's Do Immigration! http://t.co/KRyd67P3ML— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) January 31, 2014
15. Mickey Kaus, @kausmickey, contributor to The Daily Caller and author of The End of Equality
16. NDLON, @ndlon, the National Day Laborer Organizing Network is an alliance dedicated to improving the lives of day laborers in the U.S.
17. Puente Arizona, @PuenteAZ, Grassroots human rights movement dedicated to ensuring that all peoples are treated with dignity and respect
18. Raul A. Reyes, @RaulAReyes, attorney and USA Today columnist
19. Seung Min Kim, @seungminkim, Congressional reporter for Politico
One concern bubbling up in principles: triggers. "It leaves them vulnerable to deportation for God knows how long" http://t.co/EiKa3Dwkpd— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) January 31, 2014
20. United We Dream, @UNITEDWEDREAM, the first and largest national immigrant youth-led organization working for a roadmap to citizenship and fair treatment for 11 million undocumented Americans