National Dialogues on Immigration

Weekly Roundup, August 29th


September 5, 2014  |  Featured News,News
White House Civil Disobedience, August 28, 2014(https://www.flickr.com/photos/churchworldservice/15043196496/in/set-72157646249977318)

In immigration in the news this week:

Summer passes without executive action on illegal immigration via CDN

Obama Plugs ‘Immigration Rights’ In Labor Day Address via Time

Immigration Clash Could Lead to Shutdown via The New York Times

Ted Cruz downplays immigration shutdown chatter via Politico

Immigrant soldiers deserve citizenship via AZCentral

Mass arrests outside White House as protesters ask relief for illegal immigrants via The Washington Post

Influx of African Immigrants Shifting National and New York Demographics via The New York Times

Ethnic Media and Cultural Identity in 1950s American Cinema via Smithsonian Institution

And finally – check out this new video for the #ALLin4RELIEF campaign called, “President Obama, We are #ALLin4RELIEF.” As part of New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform, the campaign was sponsored by the New York Immigration Coalition.  “The video calls on the President to provide administrative relief for communities living in fear of deportation.” The campaign led to a town hall meeting last week on August 26, 2014 on immigration reform.

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