BREAKING NEWS: Biden’s Immigration Policy to Shield Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens from Deportation

BREAKING NEWS: Biden’s Immigration Policy to Shield Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens from Deportation

Editorial credit: Philip Yabut / Shutterstock.com By Staff Writer Washington, DC: Today, Tuesday, June 18, Biden’s new immigration policy, set to be unveiled at a White House event, brings a much-needed ray of hope to the lives of undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens. The policy aims to shield them from deportation, allowing them to work […]

Trump Will Likely Reinvoke Public Charge Rule

Trump Will Likely Reinvoke Public Charge Rule

Editorial credit: Gints Ivuskans / Shutterstock.com By Sunita Sohrabi | Ethnic Media Services NEW YORK — If elected to a second term, former President Donald Trump could re-invoke the public charge rule, creating a climate of fear among immigrants who have availed of public benefits. “We will absolutely be addressing public charge,” said key Republican […]

How an Auto Accident Attorney Can Maximize Your Financial Recovery

How an Auto Accident Attorney Can Maximize Your Financial Recovery

Originally published on 311persoanlinjury.com. Auto accidents are not just about physical injuries and medical bills. They can also leave a deep emotional impact, making the recovery process even more challenging. In such difficult times, an auto accident attorney becomes a beacon of hope, guiding victims through the maze of insurance claims and legal proceedings. This […]

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom and Resilience

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom and Resilience

Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day or Freedom Day, holds a profound significance in American history as it commemorates the end of slavery. Observed annually on June 19, Juneteenth marks the day when enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, were finally informed of their emancipation on June 19, 1865, more than two years after the […]

Gerrymandering: A Tool of Political Manipulation and its Impact on Communities of Color

Gerrymandering: A Tool of Political Manipulation and its Impact on Communities of Color

Editorial credit: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com By Pearl Phillip The intricate concepts of redistricting and gerrymandering can uphold and challenge the very essence of democracy, and this election year is a prime example of that as New York deals with its new district lines.  Gerrymandering and redistricting, which occurs every ten years in New York […]

It’s Caribbean American Heritage Month: Here’s How To Celebrate In New York

It’s Caribbean American Heritage Month: Here’s How To Celebrate In New York

By Ralph Thomassaint Joseph | Documented Caribbean American Heritage Month celebrates Caribbean history, contributions, and achievements in the United States. The national celebration highlights the diverse traditions of Caribbean countries and their diaspora, recognizing their significant impact on American society. Throughout the month, events, festivals, educational programs, and cultural activities are organized nationwide to commemorate […]

Border Patrol’s 100th Anniversary Offers Chance to Look Back at Its Disturbing Origins

Border Patrol’s 100th Anniversary Offers Chance to Look Back at Its Disturbing Origins

Editorial credit: Vic Hinterlang / Shutterstock.com By Michelle Lapointe | Immigration Impact The U.S. Border Patrol turned 100 years old on May 28. Its troubled origins and history form the backdrop for contemporary concerns about the agency, including impunity for abuses against migrants and citizens alike. The Border Patrol’s centennial provides an opportunity to shed […]

House Republicans Focus Their Latest White Nationalist Attacks On School Kids

House Republicans Focus Their Latest White Nationalist Attacks On School Kids

By Gabe Ortiz | America’s Voice It seems like no U.S. policy priority is immune from the GOP’s obsessive fearmongering on immigrants. Republicans on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce held a hearing this week that was neither about education nor the workforce. “The Consequences of Biden’s Border Chaos for K-12 Schools” was instead a […]

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