The head of the nation’s oldest and largest Hispanic advocacy group blasts Obama as ‘the deporter-in-chief’

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Their honeymoon was already over, but last week, after the oldest and largest Hispanic advocacy organization in the country made clear it no longer supported him, the Latino divorce from President Obama became official. It happened Tuesday at the National … Read More

The best pathway to immigration reform

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As a new year begins, it looks like Congress is at another impasse with immigration reform. Immigration is an issue that urgently needs to be addressed, but both parties are handling it incorrectly. The Democratic Party calls for comprehensive immigration … Read More

Immigration reform should have citizenship pathway: Rep. Peter King

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It was an evening of good news and bad news for nearly 150 immigrants and advocates who packed a forum on immigration reform last night with Rep. Peter King. The Seaford Republican told the standing-room-only crowd in Brentwood that he … Read More

Africans join the fight for Immigration Reform

Members of the African community at the national rally for citizenship at U.S. Capitol By Isseu Diouf-Campbell Members of the African community joined the hundreds of thousands of immigrant families who descended on the West Lawn of the U. S … Read More