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The Iowa Caucuses and the problem of the immigrant voter

Sandhya Dirks for NPR.

The Iowa Caucuses and the problem of the immigrant voter

by Patrick Young, Esq. on February 3, 2016  

The Iowa caucus usually determines who the candidates with a serious chance to win the presidency are. The problem with Iowa is that it is a state with a tiny electorate of people of color.

How to help your children cope with possible ICE raids

Reuters/Kevin.

How to help your children cope with possible ICE raids

by Long Island Wins on February 2, 2016  

During the past few weeks there has been an increased threat on Long Island that ICE agents are here to raid homes to arrest and deport undocumented Central American immigrants.

The U.S. needs better policies to help Central American refugees

Most Central American refugees are mothers and children who flee their country hoping to find safety in the U.S.

The U.S. needs better policies to help Central American refugees

by Luis M. Mostacero on February 2, 2016  

The United States government needs to better address the root causes that makes millions of Central American families cross the southern border to the U.S. every year looking for a better life and opportunities

Another Kind of Girl

An Op-Doc by the New York Times.

Another Kind of Girl

by Long Island Wins on January 29, 2016  

In this short documentary, a 17-year-old Syrian films an intimate portrait of life in her refugee camp.

Immigrant leaders meet in Albany to present their 2016 priority agenda

Immigration advocacy leaders from Long Island in Albany.

Immigrant leaders meet in Albany to present their 2016 priority agenda

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 29, 2016  

More than fifty leaders of immigrant organizations from throughout New York State met in Albany last Tuesday to present the Immigrant Blueprint for New York.

No representation and missed court dates: Reasons why immigrant women and minors are ordered removed

Mothers and children immigrants ask for protection, not deportation.

No representation and missed court dates: Reasons why immigrant women and minors are ordered removed

by Luis M. Mostacero on January 28, 2016  

Eighty six percent of women and children who have been ordered removed by immigration courts nationwide were lacking legal representation and can be potentially targeted in future ICE raids, a new report says.

Video: Undocumented mother violently ripped from her children

Screen shot.

Video: Undocumented mother violently ripped from her children

by Long Island Wins on January 28, 2016  

With unjustifiable violence and terrifying aggression, federal agents arrested an undocumented Los Angeles woman in front of her three children while she was driving them to school.

The Immigrants Civil War in the South

Ten percent of all immigrants lived in the slave states.

The Immigrants Civil War in the South

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

This page indexes articles on immigrants in the South during the Civil War Era.

The Immigrants’ Civil War: The Scottish

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

Index of The Immigrants' Civil War

Women in the Immigrants’ Civil War

Immigrant women in the Civil War.

Women in the Immigrants’ Civil War

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

Index of all articles on women.

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