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Links For April 24th

The time has come, the Walrus, said, to link to many things. I’m sorry for the delay in publishing since the last one, but it was inevitable due to helping oritent the new CIRs and attending various JET related meetings. 392 more words


Successful event by @FWD.us and @RenewOurEconomy!

On April 22, 2014, FWD.us and Bloomberg’s Partnership for a New American Economy held an event at Techstar Seattle premises to discuss immigration reform.  The event had a panel of 4 distinguished guests- Jack Chen, Senior Immigration Policy lawyer at Microsoft, Michael Schutzler, President and CEO of Washington Technology Industry Association, Avi  Cavale- CEO of Shippable.   202 more words

WIL In The Community

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

They separating families, they don’t feel the gravity
Of the situation that they making by taking us casually
We rallying, so hear our voice, we’re telling you to change… 257 more words


State of Surveillance: Police, Privacy and Technology

The I Files

Published on Apr 11, 2014

“State of Surveillance” examines new technologies police departments are using to fight crime and the civil liberties concerns raised by these tools.

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Links For April 10th

Surprise! I bet you thought you’d seen the last of these. Or maybe you hadn’t even noticed they were gone for hte last two weeks. Either way,the links are back. 390 more words


The Delicate Coalition for Immigration Reform – Will It Crack?

Byron York of the Washington Examiner has a great piece on the politics of immigration reform.  He explains that the House GOP may pass the SKILLS Act soon, which does various positive things for high-skilled immigrants including increasing the H-1B cap; but the Senate Democrats have vowed not to consider any H-1B reform without consideration of other immigration issues like relief for the undocumented. 168 more words


Raíces en Tampa Tendrá Presentación Inmigración - 2 de abril en USF

Hubo un momento en que todo los grupos de derechos de los inmigrantes fue: Vamos aprobar una reforma migratoria integral o CIR!

¿Qué pasó con CIR? 380 more words