2018 Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in Inglewood

Inglewood- Several hundred residents of Inglewood and surrounding communities celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a free cultural festival in Inglewood.
The weather Gods allowed for another beautiful day in the City of Champions. A welcomed tropical breeze and bright sun made for an idea environment.
This annual celebration took place, Saturday, September 15, 2018, on the grounds of Crozier Middle School.

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IMPact with Pamela Anchang on KPFK Radio 90.7 FM

IMPact With Pamela Anchang, where immigrants and Americans discuss America today.

‘IMPact’ is a show that reflects the diverse voices of America today, an informative talk show that explores issues relevant to the immigrant community in the USA. Our goal is to celebrate, analyze, critique, entertain, educate and empower the immigrant community with content that is relevant and important to the improvement and quality of their lives.

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Our Policies On Immigration Should Be Forward-Thinking

This past week, Sabrina Tavernise of the New York Times reported that the United States now has the its highest level of foreign-born residents (13.7 percent) since 1910, the peak of the last great wave of immigration when the percentage of foreign-born residents hit 15 percent. Immigrants from Asia comprise the largest group of foreign-born residents who have arrived in the United States in the 21st century.

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Trump wants to cut family-based immigration. The results would be seismic.

In Trump’s State of the Union address, he proposed changing the family-immigration system that allows legal immigrants to sponsor family members for green cards, an act that some call “chain migration.” Alejandro Barahona/azcentral Wochit

First lady Melania Trump’s immigrant parents are now U.S. citizens.

Viktor and Amalija Knavs, who are originally from Slovenia, took the citizenship oath in August at a federal building in Manhattan.

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Jamaican-born director Danae Grandison’s Film “Unspoken” To Have World Premiere at 22nd Annual Urbanworld® Film Festival in New York City

Jamaican-born director Danae Grandison’s Film “Unspoken” To Have World Premiere at 22nd Annual Urbanworld® Film Festival in New York City

Jamaican-born filmmaker Danae Grandison’s short film “Unspoken” was named an official sectional in the Narrative Shorts Category at the 22nd Urbanworld® Film Festival (www.urbanworld.org), an annual showcase of diverse culture and sensibility.

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Data show that illegal immigration does not lead to more crime. Period.

Years of research, using different sources of data (self-reports, arrests, convictions), at different levels of analysis (individual, city, state), conducted in different time periods, by different authors continues to show the exact same finding: Immigrants do not commit crime at higher rates than native-born Americans, and more immigration, in the aggregate, does not lead to more crime. Period.

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USCIS Extends and Expands Suspension of Premium Processing for H-1B Petitions to Reduce Delays

USCIS is extending the previously announced temporary suspension of premium processing for cap-subject H-1B petitions and, beginning Sept. 11, 2018, will be expanding this temporary suspension to include certain additional H-1B petitions. We expect these suspensions will last until Feb. 19, 2019, and will notify the public via uscis.gov before resuming premium processing for these petitions.

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How this son of migrant farm workers became an astronaut

How this son of migrant farm workers became an astronaut

As the son of Mexican migrant farm workers, his education was constantly interrupted as his family followed the changing crops. Often, they would spend December through February in Mexico.

Hernandez and his siblings would home school themselves with assignments from their American teachers during those months. But with all of the constant interruptions, Hernandez didn’t become fluent in English until he was 12.

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