by Christian Bonawandt on November 6, 2014
The anniversary of the hate crime killing of Marcelo Lucero reminds us that, while progress has been made, there is much more needs to be done to change the way Long Islanders portray, understand, and treat undocumented Americans.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on November 6, 2014
We may only be weeks away from the big day, but the uncertainties about the timing of the order and the number of impacted immigrants have made it difficult for organizations to plan.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on November 5, 2014
Exit polls show that far fewer Latinos voted yesterday than in 2012. Demographics also shifted more toward Republicans, likely due to Democrats' handling of immigration reform.
by Dalia Casco on November 3, 2014
Part III of our four-part series on issues affecting Long Island immigrant voters discusses the NY DREAM Act.
by Christian Bonawandt on October 31, 2014
A NYCLU report finds that 139 school districts in New York state, including 12 on Long Island, have enrollment practices that could prevent immigrants from attending school.