Hate in Hoboken
 

Hate in Hoboken

Desitalk, News Report, Ela Dutt, Posted: May 27, 2016

A Trump supporter in New Jersey engaged in a Twitter battle with a highly respected and accomplished Indian American Hoboken council member, spewing out hate speech.

 

Immigrants Become the New Media Makers for a New Europe

 

New America Media, News Feature, Raj Jayadev, Posted: Dec 29, 2012

Will Europe sink into racism or accept its new diversity? New media can challenge anti-immigrants, say advocates who gathered in Prague.

 

Many Youth Defer Applying for Deferred Deportation Program Until After Election

 

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula, Posted: Aug 27, 2012

While many undocumented youth signed up for President Obama’s program deferring their deportation, others are awaiting the election results.

 

ACLU Sues ICE for Shackling Immigrants in Court

 

New America Media, News Report, Brittney Barsotti, Posted: May 14, 2012

Detainees file into San Francisco immigration court linked together like a “chain-gang,” bound at their wrists, waists and ankles.

 

Filipino Amerasians’ Lifelong Fight Against Stigma

 

New America Media, News Report, Matt Maxion, Posted: May 13, 2012

The majority of Filipino Amerasians weren’t able to get in touch with their estranged fathers.

 

Exiled From Arizona, Immigrant Begins Anew in California

 

New America Media, Profile, Sugriel Reyes, Posted: Apr 26, 2012

Before SB1070, Claudia lived the life she'd always dreamed of. Today, she is one of thousands who have fled Arizona's anti-immigrant crackdown.

 

Temporary Protected Status Keeps Family Living in Limbo

 

New America Media, News Report, Scott Graf, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

The one thing that Vasquez, a student at San Francisco State University, realized soon after arriving was that his new home is sadly temporary.

 

My Uncle’s Life in Exile

 

New America Media, Commentary, Melissa Reyes, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

For Uncle Joe, a deportee, someone raised thoroughly American, but who is now an exile in his homeland, home has become a complicated concept.

 

How Do You Say Dollar Store in Burmese?

 

Alhambra Source, News Feature, Daniela Gerson, Posted: Mar 24, 2012

For one Burmese immigrant, the opening of a new dollar in Los Angeles brings her native country one step closer to freedom.

 

Sour Economy Casts Shadow Over California DREAM Act

 

New America Media, Profile, Brittney Barsotti, Posted: Mar 23, 2012

Despite passage of the California Dream Act, Miguel Martinez is one undocumented student whose dreams are still on hold.

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