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Long Beach VoiceWaves, News Feature, Jessica Salgado, Posted: Sep 24, 2016

“I felt numb because I was feeling so many emotions at once,” said Salazar. “Other Dreamers feel ‘off.’ They feel confused [coming back],” he said.

 

Congressional Black Caucus Presses Attorney General on Police Shootings of Unarmed Blacks

 

Washington Informer, News Report, William J. Ford, Posted: Sep 23, 2016

The Congressional Black Caucus held a news conference Thursday outside Justice Department headquarters in northwest D.C. calling for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to properly investigate and prosecute law enforcement officials who intentionally kill unarmed blacks.

 

Former Vietnamese Vice-Minister Warns of Political Violence

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Sep 20, 2016

A former senior government official has called for dialogue between the Communist leadership and dissidents, warning that failure to talk could lead to political violence.

 

Voter Suppression Still Evident, CBCF Panel Warns

 

Washington Informer, News Report, William J Ford, Posted: Sep 19, 2016

Alabama is one of several states requiring photo identification to vote in the general election in November.

 

In California's Central Valley Youth Struggle to Find Work

 

We'Ced, News Report, Hannah Esqueda, Posted: Sep 16, 2016

For a large portion of young people in this Central Valley community, September is a reminder of just how long they've been looking for work.

 

U.S. Citizenship Can Help You Achieve Your American Dream

 

New America Media, Op-ed, Mark L. Keam, Posted: Sep 15, 2016

Mark L. Keam, the first Asian immigrant elected to Virginia's state legislature, says many doors opened when he became a U.S. citizen.

 

One Former Athlete's View of the Kaepernick Controvery

 

El Tecolote, Commentary, Carlos Barón, Posted: Sep 14, 2016

Coming from Chile, I was a newcomer to the racial issues of the United States, although my political awakening was a growing reality.

 

The Fruits of Your Suffering: A Letter to My Refugee Mom

 

Diacritics, First Person, Adrienne Minh-Chau Le, Posted: Sep 14, 2016

Adrienne Minh-Chau Le's "Letter To My Refugee Mom" is what the title suggests it is - a straightforward, sincere, moving epistolary spoken by one generation toward the legacy of sorrow and struggles of an older generation.

 

Becoming a U.S. Citizen During Constitution Week

 

New America Media, Op-ed, León Rodríguez, Posted: Sep 13, 2016

USCIS takes special pride in naturalizing new citizens during Constitution Week, writes USCIS Director León Rodríguez.

 

Program Brings Car Sharing to Low-Income Chicago Neighborhoods

 

The Chicago Reporter, News Feature, La Risa Lynch, Posted: Sep 08, 2016

When Clarice Gray's car was repossessed almost a year ago, the Roseland resident turned to social media for help.

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