Labeling May be Counterproductive

Immigration is a hot topic right now in America, and pundits on both sides of the aisle speak out often through the media. The rhetoric surrounding the debate increasingly includes words like “low-skilled” and “high-skilled” to differentiate between the types of immigrants. These terms are used to […]

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Vargas’ Story Still Making News

You may remember that Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, admitted that he was an undocumented immigrant back in 2011. Since then, he has become a champion of the immigration reform movement and, more recently, tried his hand at directing. His film, “Documented,” premiered last […]

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Activists and Corporations Respond

The news that Congress might not have time to discuss immigration reform this session did not sit well with activists or big companies. Members of Congress have been hinting that debates on immigration reform will be pushed back to 2014 due to the Syrian conflict and other […]

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Syrian Conflict, Immigration Overhaul Unlikely

When Congress paused for their summer recess in early August, the issue of immigration reform was already facing heavy criticism by the GOP. Even so, many members of Congress expected to debate the topic sometime in October. According to the Washington Post, it looks like that might […]

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