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New Video Illustrates How Vital Immigrants Are to the Future Workforce

New Video Illustrates How Vital Immigrants Are to the Future Workforce

Today, the Center for American Progress released a new video and several interactive tools that detail the vital role immigrants will play in our future workforce. Drawing from the conclusions of the groundbreaking “Our Future, Together” report, this multimedia project illustrates what a critical role immigrants will play in our long-term economic strength and sustainability. continue reading »

Three Keys To The Immigration Reform Debate

Three Keys To The Immigration Reform Debate

1. Despite Republican Rhetoric, Immigration Enforcement & Border Security Are Already in Overdrive: Here are the facts: President Obama has presided over a record-high number of deportations; the U.S. government spends continue reading »

Gutiérrez: A Long Way To Go, But Republican “Standards” Move Us A Little Closer to Reform

Gutiérrez: A Long Way To Go, But Republican “Standards” Move Us A Little Closer to Reform

"The details really matter and I have not seen anything concrete from the Republicans so I am not in a position to say 'yes' or 'no' to anything… I think we are getting a little bit closer and that bodes well for the future. " Rep. Gutiérrez continue reading »

NBC Latino Shuts Down—Failed Experiment or Successful Test?

NBC Latino Shuts Down—Failed Experiment or Successful Test?

Last November when NBC announced they were shutting down NBC Latino, their Latino-focused news site and entry into the crowded online competition for Latino readers/viewers, a spokesman for NBC said the closure of the site and funneling of readers to the main network news site: continue reading »

NALEO Responds to President Barack Obama’s  2014 State of the Union Address

NALEO Responds to President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address

Organization calls on Congress and President to work together to advance meaningful immigration reform, job creation and equal voting rights access. The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) issued the following statement regarding President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address tonight: continue reading »

Everything You Need To Know About What President Obama’s Doing To The Minimum Wage

Everything You Need To Know About What President Obama’s Doing To The Minimum Wage

The minimum wage is going to rise for over 500,000 American workers whether Congress likes it or not. In Tuesday’s State of the Union address, President Obama will announce a unilateral executive action to raise the minimum hourly pay that companies that receive federal continue reading »

Senator Erroneously Blames Immigrants for U.S. Income Inequality

Senator Erroneously Blames Immigrants for U.S. Income Inequality

Despite the formal end of the recession in 2009, unemployment in the United States remains high, wages are still stagnant, and economic indices of all kinds are looking grim. A crisis of this magnitude requires bold action by U.S. lawmakers to realign U.S. economic policies in ways continue reading »

Latinos Want Strong Presidential Action to Combat Climate Change

Latinos Want Strong Presidential Action to Combat Climate Change

An overwhelming majority of Latinos in the United States want strong presidential action to curb the threat of climate change, according to new poll conducted for the Natural Resources Defense Council by Latino Decisions. continue reading »

Immigrant Faces Deportation Over Missing License Plate Screw

Immigrant Faces Deportation Over Missing License Plate Screw

February 5, 2013 started out like any other day for Noe Parra Manrique. It was 7 a.m. and the 30-year-old single father had just dropped off his five-year-old daughter, Anita, with the babysitter. Manrique had given Anita a kiss, a hug, and was back on the road to head into work at a construction site. Soon, a police officer, parked on the side of the road, turned the siren on, and flagged him down. continue reading »

Why Is There a Disparity in DACA Application Rates Among Different Nationalities?

Why Is There a Disparity in DACA Application Rates Among Different Nationalities?

A year and a half in, nationals from nearly every country have applied for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), President Obama’s deportation reprieve program for certain undocumented immigrants brought to this country as children continue reading »