Tag: DEPORTATION

No Time to Delay Deportation Review

President Barack Obama has delayed a review of deportation policies until August in hopes that Congress will approve a legislative overhaul of immigration laws,...

Will You Survive ‘The Migrant Trail’?

An online video game released earlier this year aims to provide a more human perspective on the issue of undocumented immigration. It’s called The...

Honoring Mothers Affected by Deportations

Parents, children, nuns, immigrants, allies, and advocates started off their Mother’s Day celebrations on Saturday through solidarity with families affected by deportations. As the...

Protesters March for Immigrant Rights in Hempstead

As the rain faded out and the sun pressed its way through the clouds, a gathering of protesters formed at the corner of Front...

Rep. Peter King Urges GOP to Pass Immigration Reform

In a letter to Speaker of the House John Boehner dated April 23, Suffolk Congressional Representative Peter King called for the passage of an...

Not One More

  https://youtu.be/I9CdNEW6n1g Our immigration system is clearly broken, and in more ways that one. But perhaps the more important reason why we need comprehensive immigration reform...

More than 1,100 Deportations Every Day, Excessive Enforcement Put in Perspective

As we continue pushing forward on comprehensive immigration reform, let us remember that more than 1,100 people are deported from the U.S. every single...

The Real Cost of Inaction on Immigration Reform

It’s been just over 90 days since the comprehensive immigration reform bill, which includes a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants,...

A Visit to Long Island’s “San Quemeiro” Beach

During his childhood in the 1980s, Univision News writer Arturo Conde remembers traveling with his family—who had emigrated from the Galicia region of Spain—to...

On the Anniversary of Oscar Romero’s Death, Revisiting His Mission

Oscar Romero is my hero. Every Central American immigrant on Long Island knows the murdered bishop’s name. They know he was killed because he stood...

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