Using Art and Theater to Give Immigrant Children Voice

Immigration Reform United States

New Orleans  –  Recent headlines indicate that there is still, two years after Trump’s departure, 1000 children victimized by the family separation program who have not been reunited with their parents.  It’s also fair to wonder and worry about the impact on children in families that have not been separated, but live in constant fear …

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Tough Stuff at the Border for Asylum Seekers and Immigrants

Immigration Reform Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple PodcastsNew Orleans     The President is still running and running hard against immigrants and immigration, even though the issue has now fallen out of the top ten concerns for the American public. It seems a classic case of fighting the last war, rather than the current war, when …

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Welfare and the Public Charge

Immigration Reform Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts Gulf Shores     NPR was forced to fact check the spokespeople from the White House on their claims about the latest actions against immigrants referred to as the “public charge” rule because of its inaccuracies. The rule is pernicious.  It would bar green cards to existing immigrant …

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