Late last fall, Idaho state Sen. Patti Ann Lodge, R-Huston, stood in an unpicked orchard. The trees were heavy with apples, some rotting on the ground around her. 1,837 more words
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Currently, immigration reform is in a stagnant state. However, it may soon be on the move. The question is how will it move. Will it move through the traditional legislative route, or will the reform have to come by an executive move-that is by the president forcing the issue through an executive order? 508 more words
Published April 16, 2014
After the 2012 presidential election – the one where Mitt Romney’s call for “self-deportation” drove Latino voters away from the GOP by an historic margin – Republican leaders were falling all over themselves to embrace immigration reform. 699 more words
Photo taken by Grace Ortiz Martinez.
Immigration rally in Chicago!!
Its exciting to see young people standing up for a cause. Fight for your rights. People are not illegal!!!!
Immigration and New York City: The Contributions of Foreign-Born Americans to New York's Renaissance, 1975–2013
“This Americas Society / Council of the Americas report shows how immigration has helped revitalize New York City since the mid-1970s by making communities safer, increasing public revenue, and boosting the city’s population. 59 more words
“Immigration crosses borders, sectors and cultures, so it is fitting that a hackathon on immigration would bring together Mexicans, Americans and Mexican Americans; journalists, programmers, nonprofits and other community members. 102 more words
I had the distinct privilege of meeting with Congressman Dave Reichert today organized by the Washington Compact to discuss immigration reform. I thank One America and Washington Compact for organizing this special meeting and thank Congressman Reichert for making time for us.