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Immigration

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'Shh-Thanks-Givin': My First Thanksgiving in America -- A Former Refugee Remembers

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam Nov 14, 2012


Salad Days: Becoming a Vegetarian to Remember Grandma

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam Oct 22, 2012

For a period of a month sometime ago I became a vegetarian. Some people won't eat meat because they think it's cruel to animals, or because of health concerns. My reason is a little different: it is love.

Deferred Action Leaves Some Behind and in Limbo

Sep 21, 2012

When she heard about President Obama’s announcement about offering temporary immigration relief to undocumented immigrant youth who came to the United States as children and were educated here, Judy Mendez, 29, thought it was too good to be true. “Maybe...

Beyond Rhetoric: How U.S. Communities Welcome Immigrants

Sep 18, 2012

On January 11, 2011, Jhuma Acharya arrived in Providence, RI after a journey that began in 1992, in Bhutan, a country tucked between India and China whose government forced ethnic minorities to leave their homes. At age 15, Acharya fled...

Post 9/11, Is Coming to America Still Worth the Journey?

New America Media, Open Letter, Andrew Lam Sep 11, 2012


Beneath the Same Sky: An Interview with Author David Ramirez

Sep 06, 2012

 We read plenty about the US-Mexico border. We read plenty about immigration, national security and the “war on drugs”. But it rarely comes from someone who spent three decades working the borderland beat; a region where, according to author and...

CA TRUST Act Heads to Governor's Desk

Aug 24, 2012

LOS ANGELES -- The California Assembly on Friday passed AB 1081, the TRUST Act, which would change the way local law enforement in California interacts with federal immigration authorities. Under the TRUST Act, authored by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, local law...

Deferred Action Met With Hope, Confusion in Central Valley

Aug 20, 2012

COACHELLA, Calif. – Cris was only 12 years old when she left Atlixco, Puebla, with her brother and sister to join their parents in the United States.Cris – along with her dreams of one day becoming an artist – nervously...

Undocumented Koreans Turn Out for Deferred Action

Aug 20, 2012

Over 400 undocumented Koreans gathered at a Korean church in Los Angeles over the weekend to fill out applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, reports the Korea Times.Organizers of the event – the Korea Times, the Korean Resource Center...

Sen. Barbara Boxer Calls Deferred Action 'Historic'

Aug 14, 2012

Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., on Tuesday described the start of the application process for undocumented youth in the country seeking temporary relief from deportation as a “very important day in our nation’s history.”Speaking to members of U.S. ethnic media outlets...

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