Magazine, The Immigrant Experience, NPR Heard on Weekend Edition Saturday Jose Antonio Vargas is an activist, journalist and filmmaker. In 2008, he was part of a Washington Post team that won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Virginia Tech shootings. But the kind of recognition that would make most journalists proud worried Vargas.…Details
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that current beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under Somalia’s designation who want to maintain their status through the 18-month extension period ending on March 17, 2020, must re-register between Aug. 27, 2018, and Oct. 26, 2018.Details
It’s that time again where we will witness the official crowning of Miss India America 2018. This year marks as the 26th anniversary for the beauty pageant. Founded in 1992, by Jinnder Chohaan, the pageant has grown to become an international phenomenon. Mr. & Miss India America 2018 is presented by South Asia Magazine, Wells Fargo and JINmodels.com. The Official TV Partner is JUS Hindi TV, a 24 hour channel on Dish Network.Details
“Had I stayed in South America, I think I would have encountered a lot of problems,” said the editor-in-chief of Elle magazine and longtime judge of reality show “Project Runway.” “I was such a rebel and anti-establishment.”
Instead, Garcia left her hometown in the coastal city of Barranquilla, Colombia, when she was 15 to join her sister in the United States.
“My education here, and being exposed to competitiveness early on, really challenged me the right way,” said Garcia of the Dana Hall School, the all girls school in Wellesley, Massachusetts she attended.
Eddie Huang is ready to dismantle the harmful stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding immigrants.
In a recent interview with a National Public Radio station, the restaurateur and author talked about his upcoming unscripted TV show “Cash Only,” which looks at the culture and identity behind immigrant kitchens. Huang said the project’s impetus stems from his desire to change minds about the immigrant experience ― especially during a time when harmful rhetoric on that helps influence the zeitgeist.Details
What is the PRICE Nigerians/Deltans have to PAY for things to get better? The answers are very simple!Details
As we witness the challenges most crypto-currencies face after successful ICOs with finding use case for their currency beyond speculation, we realize the importance of creating cryptocurrency for the right purpose and also using blockchain technology efficiently. Cryptocurrency needs to have necessary utility function. It should not be just an object for speculation as we can now see in the current market with multiple projects fading out.Details
Why do people decide to leave their home countries to live somewhere else? There are many reasons for such a monumental decision, but most immigrants will tell you that they are looking for a better life for their families. That’s what my wife and I were doing last summer when we lived in Kiev, Ukraine for most of the summer, although we didn’t foresee the powerful lesson regarding life as de facto immigrants we would learn.Details
SUPREME COURT RULING AGAINST PUBLIC SECTOR UNIONS IS IN LINE WITH TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ATTACKS ON WORKERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Today’s Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME is another attack on the workers in this country, another sign that the U.S. Supreme Court has surrendered its independence as the third branch of our federal system to become an instrument of the Trump administration.Details
Latino Coalition Calls On The Community To Act Now To Save The Future Of America – Calls For The Immediate Release From Detention Of All Immigrant Parents & Their Kids
Los Angeles – A coalition of prominent Latino organizations including, Vamos Unidos USA, Hermandad Mexicana Nacional, Federacion de Clubes de Puebla, Alianza Hondureña de Los Angeles, Alianza Comunitaria Transnacional, El Rescate, La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth & Family Center, The Immigrant Magazine, Casa Nicaragua, Union de Guatemaltecos Emigrantes, Hondureños Unidos de Los Angeles and immigration attorneys will gather on Tuesday, June 26, at the downtown Federal Building (300 North Los Angeles St., L.A., CA 90012) at 10:30 a.m. to call on President Donald Trump to immediately release from unjust and immoral detention Immigrant Parents and their children.Details