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Leighann Lord, funny and sophisticated

Leighann Lord, will trap you in laughter in our First Annual Comedy Night Club.

Leighann Lord, funny and sophisticated

by Long Island Wins on April 27, 2016  

Here is another sneak peek of another of our performers for our First Annual Comedy Night Club on May 13th.

Last chance to apply for citizenship before Elections

Hofstra students assisting citizenship applicants.

Last chance to apply for citizenship before Elections

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 2, 2016  

Immigrants have been flooding into legal offices around the country to apply for citizenship in time to vote. They seem more motivated than ever to become voters.

Learning about other cultures through education and art

Soh Young performs.

Learning about other cultures through education and art

by Maryann Sinclair Slutsky on May 2, 2016  

This is our Executive Director, Maryann Sinclair Slutsky’s latest monthly column in the Anton newspapers.

New York and Texas have the second largest immigrant population in the US

Photo: AP.

New York and Texas have the second largest immigrant population in the US

by Long Island Wins on April 28, 2016  

New York is not the only state with the second largest immigrant population in the U. S. Texas and New York are now tied.

Latina workers in the U.S. economy

Photo: Center for American Progress

Latina workers in the U.S. economy

by Long Island Wins on April 26, 2016  

This new infographic highlights Latinas' participation in the U.S. economy. They are often unable to earn paid sick days, secure fair and flexible scheduling, or have access to any paid leave.

The U.S. offers relief measures to victims of earthquakes in Ecuador, Japan and Burma

Photo: globalgiving.org

The U.S. offers relief measures to victims of earthquakes in Ecuador, Japan and Burma

by Patrick Young, Esq. on April 26, 2016  

The recent earthquakes in Ecuador, Japan, and Burma have led to fear of returning to those countries by people traveling here in the United States.

The Memphis massacre of 1866: a race riot pits immigrants against freed slaves

White mob burning a school for freed slaves in Memphis in 1866.

The Memphis massacre of 1866: a race riot pits immigrants against freed slaves

by Patrick Young, Esq. on April 22, 2016  

One of the worst race riots in American history would involve two of the poorest groups in Memphis Tennessee.

How you can help Ecuadorian earthquake victims

Bring your donations to official designated locations.

How you can help Ecuadorian earthquake victims

by Luis M. Mostacero on April 22, 2016  

The Ecuadorian community of Long Island is coming together in an effort to collect non-monetary donations to help victims of the earthquake in Ecuador.

Access to public education: an ongoing challenge for refugee children from Central America

Schools have intentionally created obstacles in the enrollment process for these students, a report says.

Access to public education: an ongoing challenge for refugee children from Central America

by Long Island Wins on April 22, 2016  

Even though refugee children from Central America are legally entitled to enroll in public school, they face many obstacles in the enrollment process.

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: DAPA and DACA+ in the Supreme Court

Hundreds of immigrants families rallied this week in front of the Supreme Court in support of DAPA and DACA+

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: DAPA and DACA+ in the Supreme Court

by Long Island Wins on April 22, 2016  

In this program we talk about the history of DAPA and the expansion of DACA, and the Supreme Court hearing.

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