Is Racism Holding Up Immigration Reform?

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Is Racism Holding Up Immigration Reform?

Friday, April 25, 2014

By Judy Hutton CEO, YWCA Princeton Is racism holding up immigration reform? We will ask that question today, April 25, in Princeton, N.J., when we join 350,000 people in 1,400 cities and towns and publicly pledge to stand against racism! To think this grassroots initiative started with the women of the YWCA Trenton and Princeton! Its nationwide replication… Continue Reading Is Racism Holding Up Immigration Reform?

Closer to the DREAM: Obama’s New Policy a Good First Step for Young, Undocumented Immigrants

Friday, June 22, 2012

by Felicia Collins Correia CEO, YWCA Tulsa, Okla. YWCA Tulsa has operated an immigrant and refugee program for nearly 30 years, serving newcomers to Tulsa through classes, document filing support, legal assistance, health programs, and advocacy. Thousands of people have come through our doors for decades, and we’ve seen up close the impact that federal… Continue Reading Closer to the DREAM: Obama’s New Policy a Good First Step for Young, Undocumented Immigrants