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  1. Training Program Helps Louisville Immigrants In Manufacturing

    Wfpl.org - Louisville's 10.07 / 13:02 wfpl.org
    Manufacturing Training for English Language Learners is a free training course that aims to help the city’s immigrants pursue careers in m…
  2. Hispanic Heritage Month speaker addresses immigration issues

    Patriotnewsonline.com - Education 10.07 / 05:06 patriotnewsonline.com
    The Multicultural Advisory Board (MAB) held its annual program to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Heritage Month begins each year on Sept. 15, lasts for 30 days and serves to commemorate Latin American independence. Throughout this celebration,  many people and organizations celebrate the history, culture and contributions of American citizens of Spanish, Mexican, Caribbean, Central […
  3. Teachers Report Weaker Relationships With Students of Color, Immigrants - Teaching Now - Education Week Teacher

    Blogs.edweek.org -  International 10.07 / 04:52 blogs.edweek.org
    In particular, English teachers reported weaker relationships with Asian American students, and math teachers had worse relationships with Latino…
  4. Record Number of Cases in Immigration Courts is Simmering Crisis

    Bipartisanpolicy.org - Immigration 10.07 / 04:30 bipartisanpolicy.org
    Making a significant and lasting dent in immigration court backlog will require a massive undertaking.Read…
  5. Houston Police chief blasts Texas sanctuary city law at national immigration conference

    Livehealthy.chron.com - Politics 10.07 / 04:09 livehealthy.chron.com
    "What they want is when they call 911 because someone is breaking in and they're hiding in their closet, we get there in a matter of a minute or two, not 10 ,15, or 20 minutes because an under-resourced, under-staffed police department is busy booking a day laborer at Home…
  6. Immigration agents deport wanted MS-13 gang member in Houston as agency resumes removals

    Blog.chron.com - Houston and Texas 10.07 / 03:12 blog.chron.com
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Friday deported a 26-year-old Salvadoran man who the agency said is a high-ranking member of the notorious MS-13 criminal gang and wanted in his native country for two murders.Rene Mauricio Joya-Villata was arrested in League City on Aug. 24 and is among El Salvador's top 100 most-wanted fugitives. He has no criminal history in the United States and had never previously been caught entering the country illegally, said ICE spokesman, Greg…
  7. Signed as Law: California Will End Support for Most Federal Immigration Enforcement

    SACRAMENTO (Oct. 5, 2017) – Yesterday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to withdraw state resources from the enforcement of most federal immigration laws.  Once in effect on Jan. 1, 2018, the new law will likely have the effect of further nullifying those federal acts in practice. Introduced by Sen. President Kevin de Leon a…
  8. Immigration principles could create problems for DACA plan

    Naplesherald.com - U.S. 10.06 / 21:52 naplesherald.com
    BY JILL COLVIN WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is finalizing the details of a set of immigration principles that could upend efforts to come up with a permanent fix for the status of young immigrants who came to the country illegally as children. The principles, according to people familiar with ongoing discussions, were expected […
  9. WUSD board approves immigration resolution; discusses state scores

    Willitsnews.com - California (CA) 10.06 / 19:23 willitsnews.com
    Willits Unified Superintendent Mark Westerburg told the Board of Trustees at its meeting Wednesday, following an update on the district's assessment of student performance scores in math and language arts released by the state Department of Education last week, that he was troubled by the test itself and advocated for national state assessments like the SAT and ACT exams high school students take to assess their college…
  10. White House Plans to Demand Immigration Cuts in Exchange for DACA Fix

    Amren.com - Politics 10.06 / 17:18 amren.com
    Republicans may oppose WH proposed cuts to legal immigration. The post White House Plans to Demand Immigration Cuts in Exchange for DACA Fix appeared first on American…
  11. UPDATE: Immigration principles could create problems for DACA plan

    Accessnorthga.com - Georgia (GA) 10.06 / 14:33 accessnorthga.com
    The Trump administration is finalizing the details of a set of immigration principles that could upend efforts to come up with a permanent fix for the status of young immigrants who came to the country illegally as…
  12. Spying on Immigrants

    Newamericamedia.org - Latin America 10.06 / 14:28 newamericamedia.org
    What an immigrant or a naturalized citizen says on their social media account could end up in a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) file, available to anyone in the federal government who requests it.DHS asserts that it isn’t new f…
  13. Immigrants find a home for their art and stories at this gallery

    Pbs.org - World 10.06 / 12:30 pbs.org
    Nawara Omary Elliott transformed her basement into a showcase of immigrant art. Photo by Larisa Epatko/PBS NewsHour From the outside, Nawara Omary Elliott’s home in Vienna, Virginia, looks like any other. But step inside her basement, and it’s a treasure trove of intricate paintings, jewelry, sculptures and other art. The focus of her gallery, Dara Global Arts, is on women – either the artists themselves or the subject matter. The works are mostly done by immigrants from Iraq, Syria and oth…
  14. Tillis Touts GOP 'Dreamers' Bill At National Immigration Forum

    Wcqs.org - North Carolina (NC) 10.06 / 12:13 wcqs.org
    Republican Sen. Thom Tillisspoke candidly before the National Immigration Forum on Thursday, touting his proposal to offer a potential 15-year path to citizenship to so-called "Dreamers," all while shrugging off criticism of the bill from conservative hard-liners. "This will probably drive my press guy crazy," Tillis said, "But ... when I die, I'm going to be cremated. On my cremation urn or a little plaque next to it, I want to have two or three things -- husband, father, grandfather,…
  15. Susquehanna U. to present immigrants’ rights lecture

    Standardspeaker.com - Arts&Culture 10.06 / 12:09 standardspeaker.com
    SELINSGROVE — Shoba Wadhia, director of the Center for Immigrants’ Rights at the Pennsylvania State University, will present the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society Lecture on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Susquehanna University’s Stretansky Concert Hall in…
  16. Immigration principles could create problems for DACA plan

    Mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 10.06 / 11:51 mprnews.org
    The Trump administration is finalizing the details of a set of immigration principles that could upend efforts to come up with a permanent fix for the status of young immigrants who came to the country illegally as…
  17. Asian American Association and Association of Latin@ American Students join to educate students on DACA and immigration

    Themaneater.com - Education 10.06 / 11:10 themaneater.com
    Asian immigrants, including undocumented Asian immigrants, have become the fastest growing group of migrants to the United…
  18. Immigration principles could create problems for DACA plan

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 10.06 / 10:45 myfoxspokane.com
    By JILL COLVINAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump administration is finalizing the details…
  19. Legislation to bring an immigration attorney to campus fails by one vote

    Star.txstate.edu - Education 10.06 / 09:51 star.txstate.edu
    Student Government met Sept. 25 to vote, debate and hear student commentary regarding the possibility of bringing an immigration attorney to campus. Alex Molina, political science junior and Student Government senator, co-authored the legislation. The legislation called to establish an immigration lawyer at the university, to assist and offer legal advice to all currently enrolled students …
  20. Board of Ed to develop statement on immigrant student population

    Eptrail.com - Colorado (CO) 10.06 / 09:22 eptrail.com
    The Estes Park Board of Education formed a committee to draft a statement of support for immigrant students at the urging of an Estes Valley Indivisible member during their work session on Tuesday…