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Analysis: Nothing New on Immigration Reform in State of the Union, But You Can Speak Out

Analysis: Nothing New on Immigration Reform in State of the Union, But You Can Speak Out

Any small distraction—a text message from your mother, the neighbor's dog barking—would have been enough to cause you to miss the oh-so-fleeting references to immigration reform in President Obama's State of the Union address and the GOP response that followed. READ MORE »

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What is the American Dream for Todays Immigrants?Take the Fi2W Poll:

What is the 'American Dream' for Today's Immigrants? »

January 27, 2014

Even as Congress once again considers taking up immigration reform legislation, public opinion polls show a drop in the percentage of immigrants who have their eyes on becoming U.S. citizens. Instead, a growing number of immigrants say they would be satisfied by simply being allowed to work in the U.S. legally, and to come and go freely as their work requires. READ MORE »

Bolivian Immigrants Celebrate 'Alasitas' Festival By Making Big Dreams SmallOn the Blog:

Bolivian Immigrants Celebrate 'Alasitas' Festival By Making Big Dreams Small »

January 24, 2014

Blanca Morales pulls out bins of miniature statues of cars and houses and bags of money at her home in Corona, Queens for the upcoming Bolivian festival known as Alasitas. During Alasitas participants buy miniature representations of the things they want in the New Year with the hopes of getting the real thing. read more »

Queens Immigrant Resource Center Fights to Stay OpenOn the Blog:

Queens Immigrant Resource Center Fights to Stay Open »

January 17, 2014

In the last six years, the Bayanihan Filipino Community Center in Queens has been a birthing place for breakout movements, a laboratory for progressive ideas. Today, this community stomping ground in Woodside, adjacent to Krystal's Bakeshop, is approaching extinction. A fundraiser is being organized to keep it alive.READ MORE »



 

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