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Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends

Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends

Program Designed To Help Child Immigrants From Central America Ends Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez In 2014, President Obama’s administration responded to an influx of unaccompanied Central American minors immigrating to the U.S. by creating the Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole program. Under

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Anniversary of DACA Marked By Fear

Anniversary of DACA Marked By Fear

Anniversary of DACA Marked By Fear by Patricia Guadalupe Rallies and demonstrations on Tuesday are taking the place of long queues as immigrant rights groups and allies mark the fifth anniversary of an Obama administration deportation relief and work permission

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Dreamer Celso Salinas-Mireles Made His Mark, And Will Be Missed

Dreamer Celso Salinas-Mireles Made His Mark, And Will Be Missed

Dreamer Celso Salinas-Mireles Made His Mark, And Will Be Missed by Griselda Nevarez PHOENIX — Celso Salinas-Mireles couldn’t wait to show people the yellow school bus sitting in his parent’s back yard. He would gleam with excitement and possibility every

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Latinos Blast Immigration Bill

Latinos Blast Immigration Bill

Latinos Blast Immigration Bill by SUZANNE GAMBOA A newly-introduced bill that would drastically change the country’s system for people who want to legally immigrate to the U.S. was quickly criticized as an economy killer, racially-motivated and an attack on U.S. values,

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Joe Arpaio Convicted of Crime

Joe Arpaio Convicted of Crime

Joe Arpaio Convicted of Crime by Suzanne Gamboa and Associated Press Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who once boasted of being America’s toughest sheriff, has been convicted of criminally disobeying a court order to stop arresting immigrants solely on the

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Teens Wore Quinceañera Dresses To Protest Immigration Law

Teens Wore Quinceañera Dresses To Protest Immigration Law

Teens Wore Quinceañera Dresses To Protest Immigration Law By Amber Jamieson A group of 15 teenage girls dressed in quinceañera dresses protested outside the Texas capitol building on Wednesday to show their frustration at a new state bill they say is

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Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center

Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center

Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center by Suzanne Gamboa A national butterfly preserve is the latest flashpoint in the border wall debate as Democrats accuse the GOP of rigging the process to

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8 Found Dead In “Mobile Oven”At Walmart

8 Found Dead In “Mobile Oven”At Walmart

8 Found Dead In “Mobile Oven”At Walmart by Robyn Moreno Sweltering temperatures reaching 100 degrees farenheit in San Antonio, Texas led to the deaths of ten people in a horrific tragedy involving human trafficking. A man from a tractor-trailer truck

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Senators Make Another Run at Dream Act

Senators Make Another Run at Dream Act

Senators Make Another Run at Dream Act by Suzanne Gamboa It was Sen. John McCain that got Sen. Lindsey Graham started on immigration reform, Graham said in a news conference Thursday. And now Graham, R-S.C., is joining Sen. Dick Durbin,

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Embracing a Fuller Latino History

Embracing a Fuller Latino History

Embracing a Fuller Latino History  July 9, 2017 By Mary Beth Faller Young Latinos need to embrace the history that has been denied to them in order to fight for their civil rights, according to a panel discussion at the

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