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Son of Immigrants Pursues American Dream as well as Education Equity

By Dustin Liu, 2019 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient New York, N.Y. My interest in young global leadership is intricately connected with my passion for education equity. Education has always played an important part of my personal narrative. As the son of two immigrant parents who came to America in pursuit of their education, a college education […]

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Immigrant Defense Project Releases “Know Your Rights With ICE”

Please Print Out & Post Everywhere: http://bit.ly/2RuFyaN New York, N.Y. The Immigrant Defense Project (IDP) has been monitoring Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests in our communities. If you wish to report a raid within New York City, call IDP at 212-725-6422 If you want to report a raid outside of N.Y.C., contact United We Dream (UWD) at […]

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Blue America Stands Proudly, Strongly With New Immigrants

Moral America to ICE: “¡Nunca Aqui!” – Not In Our Community! New York, N.Y. When my family came to America twelve generations and four hundred years ago, they stepped off the boat onto Plymouth Rock and became American. Today, people from around the world arrive here seeking safe haven – and our president spits in their face… New York Governor […]

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Immigration, Ambition, Identity Shape Film Miss India America

“If you’re not the best, you’re one of the rest!”
– Lily Prasad, Miss India America

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U.N.: Flow of Refugee and Migrant Children into Greece Doubles

New York, N.Y.  About a third of the refugees and migrants who have drowned in the Aegean Sea this year were children, while the number of children applying for asylum in the European Union has doubled compared to 2014, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reported today, warning of the increasing perils facing youngsters as […]

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With Dosa Hunt, Filmmaker Singh Emerges as Generational Voice

New York, N.Y.  The closing gala for this year’s New York Indian Film Festival (HuffPo), held in a banquet hall above NYU’s Skirball Auditorium, was alive with artists, actors, filmmakers, and thinkers with work clearly committed to making the world better – and celebrating the illuminating power of film. I was fortunate to strike up […]

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Adrian Franco is Giving Immigrants Tools to Improve their Financial Lives

By Barbara Magnoni, edited by Jim Luce. New York, NY. In recent months, I have been working on a research project on Mexican migrants in New York City where we sought to learn the existing and potential demand for financial services, in particular insurance services, in this community. What I have found is that our original […]

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