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Immigrant Voices

How immigrants in America view their experiences amid national debates on immigration. For more information on Immigrant Voices, contact Elena Shore at eshore [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Latinos on Edge in Pennsylvania Town

El Diario/La Prensa, News Feature, Cristina Loboguerrero, Translated by Suzanne Manneh, Peter Micek and Elena Shore, Jul 31, 2008

Two weeks after the fatal beating of a Mexican immigrant by a group of white teenagers, Latino residents of this Pennsylvania town are afraid to leave their homes.

The Children of Iowa ICE Raids

New America Media, News Report , Marcelo Ballv, Jul 10, 2008

In the aftermath of ICE raids the world has turned upside down for hundreds of Postville youth who once led normal lives attending church and school, playing sports and starting garage bands. Traduccin al espaol

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Be Gay, Be Anything You Want Just Not Single

New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, May 29, 2008

With same-sex marriage now legal in California, mothers across India and other countries hope their kids will finally get married.

The Sweet Life - Secret of BCD Tofu House

KoreAm Journal, Feature, May 26, 2008

An immigrant woman with limited English skill built a multi-million dollar business. It's the third part of the series highlighting three Korean American women CEOs.

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The Sweet Life - the Secret of Pinkberry's Success

KoreAm Journal, Feature, May 21, 2008

Three Korean American women CEOs rise to top and taste success.

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Still They March

New America Media, News Report, Roberto Lovato, May 02, 2008

How many people marched in the May Day rallies is less important than the fact that they marched at all, given the harsh crackdown on immigrants.

From The Bedside

KoreAm, Feature, Bill Stephens, Apr 29, 2008

Korean American hospital chaplains play a crucial role in supporting patients and their families as they confront illness, injury and sometimes end-of-life issues

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Homeless Filipinos in New York

Filipino Reporter, News Report, Edmund Silvestre, Apr 28, 2008

In the dark, mean streets of Manhattan, two homeless Filipinos were found sleeping underneath cardboard boxes in subzero weather, or on moving subway trains.

Law-abiding Mom Jailed, Faced Deportation Before Release

Tribuna, News Report, Emanuela P. Lima, Mar 13, 2008

Tereza legally entered the USA 20 years ago, subsequently paying taxes and obeying the law in Conn., until ICE agents handcuffed her, putting her in a cell with a toilet in full view of officers, reports the Tribuna.

Labor and Delivery

KoreAm, News Report, John Lee, Feb 29, 2008

The six-year-long labor dispute involving Assi Super finally sees closure, with settlement checks for former workers and changes that affect current employees.

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