National Dialogues on Immigration

Tag Archives: immigration

Just 59 More Minutes

By Sarah Pharaon and Jennifer Scott In September of 2012, the National Hispanic Media Coalition released the results of an online media bias experiment administered by the polling firm Latino Decisions with funding from the the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.    In the experiment, non-Latino respondents were exposed to audio clips, video clips and print articles which expressed positive and negative views on both Latinos and immigrants. Directly after viewing this media, respondents were asked their opinions about Latinos as well as immigrants. Among …

Weekly Roundup, Feb. 28th
Screen Shot 2014-03-02 at 10.11.20 AM

Here are your weekly roundup of stories about immigration!

Who Is An Immigrant?
Image Credit: NIAID

Family stories are important in immigration debates and in the National Dialogue on Immigration

Weekly Round-Up for Immigration News
Image Credit: Voice of America

Recommended Immigration Reads and the Weekly Round-up in Immigration News.

National Immigration Reform: Are We at A Standstill?

Immigration reform impediments, halting deportations, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposal for municipal ID cards and more.

Museo Urbano and “A Living History”
Screen Shot 2014-02-10 at 1.08.57 PM

This 2014, each of the participating sites in the National Dialogues on Immigration project will be contributing to our blog post series, “Immigration: Our Stories.” The first post comes from Dr. Yolanda Chávez Leyva of Museo Urbano.

Weekly Roundup of Immigration in the News
Photographer Brandon Stanton

Here’s our weekly roundup of immigration stories in the news and around the U.S.: one photographer is doing a photo series of all the people who are in New York City: immigrants, native New Yorkers, rich, poor, old and young…

Ask President Barack Obama about Immigration Reform on Friday

The White House has organized the first ever “virtual” Hangout Road Trip with President Obama. Beginning on Friday, January 31st, the President will, via the road of the Internet, travel across the country, talking to citizens about various issues that confront the United States in 2014.

Contribute to our Vlog Series!
Image Credit: Wikipedia Commons

The NDI Project is devoted to starting conversation on various levels in communities all over the U.S. about immigration. In light of that, we’re asking you to contribute to our Vlog Series: What’s Your Immigration Experience?

Immigration Right Now
Image Credit: Wikipedia Commons

Here are the fast facts on U.S. immigration reform developments in 2014.

Newer posts →