YWCA Madison Urges Reform

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YWCA Madison Urges Reform

Thursday, November 14, 2013

By YWCA Madison The YWCA Madison encourages the U.S. House of Representatives to pass broad and humane national immigration reform legislation that allows immigrants to fully integrate into the nation’s social and economic fabric, with all of the rights and responsibilities entailed in full integration. Immigrants are helping to grow the U.S. economy, not just in big… Continue Reading YWCA Madison Urges Reform

The “Other” Immigrants: Finding Solidarity While Maintaining Authenticity

Thursday, August 1, 2013

By Monique I. Liston Co-founder, All Black Everything Our focus on comprehensive immigration reform is an opportunity for some true “Black and Brown” unity. I think that immigration reform should be more important to African Americans as we continue to critically discuss the realities of economics, education, and work in this society. People often forget… Continue Reading The “Other” Immigrants: Finding Solidarity While Maintaining Authenticity

Comprehensive Immigration Reform Will Strengthen Our Nation and Society

Thursday, May 30, 2013

by Jessica Jones Grassroots Advocacy Manager, League of Women Voters America is a nation of immigrants. The very roots of our nation’s birth and development are built on the traditions and cultures of people from different backgrounds. These differences make our country unique. Because of these traditions we owe it to ourselves to make certain the… Continue Reading Comprehensive Immigration Reform Will Strengthen Our Nation and Society

Why We Need Fair, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Now

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

By Qudsia Jafree Senior Policy Associate, Racial Justice & Civil Rights, YWCA USA  “Once I thought to write a history of the immigrants in America. Then I discovered that the immigrants were American history.” – Oscar Handlin, 1952 Pulitzer Prize winner for “The Uprooted“ Immigration reform is a major focus in the news and of policymakers at… Continue Reading Why We Need Fair, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Now