by Long Island Wins on October 2, 2015
Last month, Long Island Wins proudly celebrated National Welcoming Week, in Suffolk County, for the fourth consecutive year.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on October 2, 2015
The root cause of the migration of Central American child refugees lies in the post-war conditions in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
by Elizabeth Schmermund on October 2, 2015
Our story began in France during a year I spent studying abroad in college. Fadi was my age and a student, too, but our similarities ended there.
by Luis M. Mostacero on October 1, 2015
Sister Margaret Smyth, from the North Fork Spanish Apostolate in Riverhead, could not believe it when she found out that she was going to see Pope Francis in person.
by Jackie Walzer on September 30, 2015
Newly arrived immigrants face various challenges adapting to life in America. This issue is extremely relevant in my household because my mother is an immigrant from Ethiopia.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on September 30, 2015
There are more biographies of Lincoln than of any other American. Of the six thousand Lincoln biographies, not one is devoted to his relationship with immigrants, until now.
by Long Island Wins on September 29, 2015
Pope Francis left the U.S. after a historic visit but his powerful message and his way of inspiring faith and peace will remain in his followers’ memories forever.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on September 29, 2015
Last week, the conservative provocateur, Ann Coulter, changed the focus of her attacks to Catholics and immigrants to honor the visit of Pope Francis to the United States.
by Diana Gordon on September 28, 2015
When Jackeline Saavedra was admitted to the New York State bar on August 19, 2015, it was a milestone on the road to professional distinction.
by Long Island Wins on September 28, 2015
Due to the recent exposure on the horrific work conditions of nail salon workers, New York State authorities instituted new regulations to protect these workers as well as consumers.