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Cesar Chavez not a hero for immigrants’ success

Michelangelo Landgrave

March 27, 2012

Michelangelo Landgrave Contributor With Cesar Chavez’s birthday fast approaching, you are sure to read more about how great he was. One can admire his nonviolent approach to pressing for his cause, and he can be considered great in this sense. Whether the ideas he promoted were great, however,...

DREAM Act gets passed by House

Administrator

December 9, 2010

The House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday night that would provide a conditional path to citizenship for as many as 500,000 children of undocumented immigrants. While the House approved the Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors (DREAM) Act by a vote of 216-198, the fate of the...

The crime of being born in America

Mandi Gosling

August 23, 2010

The idea to repeal the 14th Amendment, which grants automatic citizenship to anyone born in the United States regardless of their parents’ nationality, is a desperate attempt by the “extreme right” to scare voters onto their side as the November elections draw near. After hitting several roadb...

Undocumented immigration’s reality

Antoine Abou-Diwan

March 3, 2010

 It’s no secret that undocumented immigrants are a problem in the United States.  From people who overstay their visas to people who sneak across our borders, the ease with which people can get into this country is frightening. One should expect a lot from a sovereign country—and even more...

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