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A Promise

Words matter. Very few words set me on fire than an ignorant individual saying “illegal” towards human beings. Ignorance fuels hate and denying immigrants the opportunities our families and ancestors had is a betrayal of every ideal and promise America claims to proudly keep. 1,103 more words

We The People

Ignite the electoral season with statements about immigration and border control

Ignite the electoral season with statements about immigration and border control

The 2016 presidential primary campaigns are winding down to the relief of many Americans. Donald J. 701 more words

Political Correctness

Immigration Reform: A First Step Toward Elevating the Future

By Center Director Vince Boudreau.

Every spring, I spend several days lecturing at a retirement community.  Part of what drives Powell Center programming is a desire to more effectively connect the college’s activities to the public sphere, and by presenting lectures about international affairs geared to public audiences, I feel I am discharging that mission, if only in very modest terms.  593 more words

Georgia's policy on undocumented students: 'A practical loss and a moral failure'

Ashley Goodrich is a full-time high school social studies teacher and a doctoral student at the University of Georgia in the College of Education’s Department of Educational Theory and Practice. 922 more words


ICYMI:“Preventing Supreme Chaos: It’s Up To The Chief”

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David Leopold, an immigration attorney and former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, has  2,713 more words


A Quick Bit About A DREAMer/ Un Pedacito de una DREAMer

I wanted to do a quick post and share this video that I watched recently about Greisa Martinez, one of many DREAMers. For those of you that don’t know, the name DREAMer refers to young immigrants who meet the general requirements of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act. 169 more words

Immigrant Issues

Ask the DREAMers: Who should be America’s next president?


For many college students, voting in the presidential election will be a first. But one group of students who can’t vote might have more at stake than any of their peers. 273 more words