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Op-Ed: School Funding is a Priority for All Parents

School funding matters to all Long Islanders, immigrant and native-born alike.

Op-Ed: School Funding is a Priority for All Parents

by Dionisia Canales on October 30, 2014  

Part II of our four-part series looks at the importance of school funding for Long Island immigrant voters.

Hope Amid Hate: LI Religious Leaders Call Their Congregations to Welcome Newly Arrived Children

Who better to issue a call for compassion than religious leaders?

Hope Amid Hate: LI Religious Leaders Call Their Congregations to Welcome Newly Arrived Children

by Richard Koubek, Ph.D. on October 29, 2014  

This past weekend, congregations across Long Island called for compassion for the newly arrived children from Central America living on Long Island.

Touré Beats Cross with Record Turnout for Special Election

Touré beat Cross nearly two-to-one.

Touré Beats Cross with Record Turnout for Special Election

by Christian Bonawandt on October 29, 2014  

The battle for the Hempstead School Board finally has a definitive victor.

Local Heroes: Pat Edwards, Building a Citizenship Program

The Pathway to Citizenship team includes Jenni Chevez, Pat Edwards, and Elise Damas.

Local Heroes: Pat Edwards, Building a Citizenship Program

by Patrick Young, Esq. on October 27, 2014  

Pat Edwards is working to provide services in the immigrant community.

Local Heroes: Regina Casale, Educator Against Anti-Immigrant Violence

Regina Casale is a teacher who helped Patchogue's Ecuadoran community be heard after Marcelo Lucero was murdered in 2008.

Local Heroes: Regina Casale, Educator Against Anti-Immigrant Violence

by Patrick Young, Esq. on October 26, 2014  

Regina Casale is an educator with deep connections in the Ecuadoran immigrant community that was put to the test when Marcelo Lucero was killed in 2008 in Long Island's most notorious hate crime.

Attorney General and State Ed Reviewing Discrimination Against Immigrant Children in LI Schools

Child refugees focus of school discrimination.

Local Heroes: Dr. Harold Fernandez, the DREAMer Who Became a Heart Surgeon

Dr. Harold Fernandez of Stony Brook University Hospital.

Local Heroes: Dr. Harold Fernandez, the DREAMer Who Became a Heart Surgeon

by Patrick Young, Esq. on October 24, 2014  

This well-known cardiac surgeon started his life in the United States as an undocumented immigrant.

Lincoln and the Superiority of the “Negro” Over the Irish

Lincoln was depicted as Abraham Africanus, or Abraham of Africa, in Democratic propaganda.

Lincoln and the Superiority of the “Negro” Over the Irish

by Patrick Young, Esq. on October 22, 2014  

A pamphlet urging the intermarriage of freed slaves and Irish women was an important contribution to the Election of 1864.

Op-Ed: Raising the Minimum Wage is the Only Fair Choice

This is Part I of a four-part series on issues that affect the lives of immigrants on Long Island.

Op-Ed: Raising the Minimum Wage is the Only Fair Choice

by Alexander López on October 22, 2014  

In this first installment of a new four-part series, one Long Island immigrant discusses the issue of minimum wage.

St. Joseph’s to Host First-Ever Long Island Screening of ‘Documented’

Vargas’s story, which has been generating serious Oscar buzz, reminds us that those who reside in the U.S. without documentation are more like us than we realize.

St. Joseph’s to Host First-Ever Long Island Screening of ‘Documented’

by Hendel Leiva on October 22, 2014  

Join us at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue for the first Long Island screening of "Documented."

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