SCOTUS Decision on Immigration 'Not the End of the Road'
 

SCOTUS Decision on Immigration 'Not the End of the Road'

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann, Posted: Jun 24, 2016

Immigrant rights advocates say the Supreme Court ruling blocking two programs that would have benefited millions is a setback but not the end of the road.

 

UN: 65 million People Displaced Last Year

 

The Hartford Guardian, News Report, Ann-Marie Adams, Posted: Jun 21, 2016

More than 65 million people were displaced and had to flee their home countries, according a United Nations report.

 

Undocumented Victims of Orlando Shooting Face Unique Challenges

 

Fusion, News Report, Jorge Rivas and Rafa Fernandez De Castro, Posted: Jun 17, 2016

Victims without legal status in the United States face an additional set of challenges in the wake of the Orlando mass-shooting.

 

Ahead of SCOTUS Ruling, Getting the Message Out to Central Valley Immigrants

 

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Jun 10, 2016

As they wait for a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court, advocates are preparing immigrant communities for three possible outcomes.

 

NAFTA’s Failures Finally Get Air Time, Thanks to Trump

 

New America Media, Commentary, Louis Nevaer, Posted: Jun 07, 2016

NAFTA’s market failures have festered sores that Donald Trump has masterfully pointed out.

 

AGING IN THE FIELDS: Retirement Followed by a Return to Work

 

Capital & Main/New America Media , News Report, David Bacon, Posted: Jun 01, 2016

The number of older farm workers is growing. Almost a third of them are over 45. In 2001 only 19 percent were over 45.

 

AGING IN THE FIELDS: No Alternative But to Keep Working

 

Capital & Main/New America Media , News Feature, David Bacon, Posted: May 30, 2016

Like thousands of undocumented farmworkers, Anastasia Flores has aged faster than her 56 years. They pay Social Security, but can’t get its benefits in old age.

 

Immigrant Day - 20 Years Later, California Surges Ahead


 

New America Media, Commentary, Pedro Rios, Posted: May 23, 2016

Twenty years ago today, I felt a lump in my throat as I began the hour drive from San Francisco to Sacramento to join the first-ever Immigrant Day.

California Sen. Ricardo Lara on the ‘Trump Effect’

 

New America Media, News Report, Shikha Singh, Posted: May 20, 2016

Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, called California a “beacon of hope for immigrant communities and communities of color.”

 

First Openly Gay Vietnamese American Mayor Makes Bid for Congress

 

New America Media, Question & Answer, Andrew Lam, Posted: May 18, 2016

Bao Nguyen was elected Mayor of Garden Grove in 2014. An openly gay Buddhist in a decidedly conservative California stronghold, he is now running for Congress.

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