CULTURE

Victory: Law Targeting Latino Day Laborers Struck Down in Long Island

A federal district court yesterday affirmed the right of Latino day laborers in Oyster Bay, Long Island to seek work in public spaces, following...

Irving Berlin: A Heart Tuned to the Rhythm of America

As we head into Passover this Friday, it is important to remember the many contributions Jewish immigrants have made to our country and our...
The battles emblazoned on the flag of the 35th Massachusetts regiment reduced it to near non-existence by August 1864.

Immigrant German “Hamburgers” Tormented and Captured at Petersburg in 1864

Join The Immigrants’ Civil War on Facebook By 1864 recruitment for the Union armies had fallen off dramatically. The Union Army of the Potomac, had...

Immigrant Flavor, Entrepreneurial Spirit: How Gallo is Leading the Way in Patchogue

If you were to listen to Carolina and David Bustamante, the brother and sister co-owners of the renowned Gallo Restaurant located at the heart...

Hip-Hop and Hope: Culture and Advocacy Help the ‘Children from the Border’

Each month, Long Island Wins Executive Director Maryann Sinclair Slutsky publishes a column in the Anton Community Newspapers. Here’s the January 2015 column: Music has...

Join us for a Summit on Immigration, “Long Island at a Turning Point –...

Long Island Wins and the Center for Civic Engagement at Hofstra University invites you to a summit on immigration, “Long Island at a Turning...

Data Debunks Child Refugee Myths

An analysis of data and information from a wide variety of sources proves that the growing surge of children crossing the border into the...