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The U.S. Immigrant Rights Movement Plans for a New Vision Under Biden

The U.S. Immigrant Rights Movement Plans for a New Vision Under Biden 

In the final installment of a three-part ‘Rolling Stone’ conversation on immigration, movement leaders reflect on what they learned from fighting Trump, and how that can translate to bigger wins

Legal status for thousands of Liberians in US hangs on court decision

Legal status for thousands of Liberians in US hangs on court decision

The World

October 11, 2019 · 4:00 PM EDT

By Tania Karas

Yatta Kiazolu stood outside the federal courthouse in Worcester, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, clutching a loudspeaker as she and a group of Liberian immigrants chanted: 

“What do we want?” 

AOC Went Back to Where She Came From: New York City

AOC Went Back to Where She Came From: New York CityA recent town hall on immigration shows that Ocasio-Cortez’s local support isn’t going anywhere.By Celisa CalacalAcacia Handel and Molly MintaJULY 24, 2019

‘Confused and fearful’: New Yorkers grapple with Trump immigration policies

‘Confused and fearful’: New Yorkers grapple with Trump immigration policies

US immigration

Residents of Jackson Heights, one of New York’s most diverse neighborhoods, are concerned the new ‘public charge’ rule will put families at risk

How Covid-19 hit New York's African Community (Video)

How Covid-19 hit New York's African community (Click Link to Watch Video)

The pandemic, and the associated economic fallout, has been tough on Harlem's African community. Many trade at the African market in Harlem, but businesses are really struggling due to the coronavirus. Periods of lockdown have meant trade is down, and people are struggling to make ends meet.

Published15 October

 

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