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  • Aug 29, 2014: Labor Day: Remembering the Contributions of Immigrant Workers
    Aug 29, 2014: As we gather with friends and family on Labor Day, we say goodbye to summer and celebrate the dignity of work and the contributions of immigrant workers to the building of the United States.  Immigrant workers -- from the Chinese workers who constructed our country's railroads, and the Irish miners who dug the coal that powered our industrialization, to the Latino and Filipino farm workers who make the United States the world's largest exporter of agricultural products -- fuel the strength and dynamism of the United States.  We see the legacy of immigrant workers in...
  • Aug 25, 2014: "Somos Un Pueblo Unido"
    Aug 25, 2014: "If you listen very closely, you can hear the detained families chanting and yelling along with us.  This was a very moving experience.  Many participants were moved to tears when they heardthe women and children’s voices from the other side of the fence.”  
  • Aug 18, 2014: Unaccompanied Children at Our Border: Why They Are Coming, What Happens Once They’re Here and How...
    Aug 18, 2014: Posted to the American Constitution Society Blog on August 15, 2014
  • Aug 15, 2014: A Radical Experience: Archdiocese of New York Creates a “One-Stop-Shop” for Immigrant Integration
    Aug 15, 2014: Since its inception two hundred years ago, the story of the Archdiocese of New York is an immigrant story – a tradition which continues today. For more than 30 years, the Archdiocese of New York has provided services to the foreign-born, including refugee resettlement and immigration legal services, through Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCS). As the immigrant and refugee population in the area has grown and changed, so has CCCS.
  • Aug 13, 2014: State & Local Involvement in Immigration Enforcement Not Worth the Cost
    Aug 13, 2014: Last December, at CLINIC’s Southeast Legalization Planning Conference in Atlanta, we dedicated a morning to discussing immigration advocacy on the state and local levels.  Legal service providers and advocates shared troubling stories about local law enforcement engaging in immigration enforcement efforts in their communities.
  • Aug 8, 2014: Karla Davis, FirstGEN Fellow: Exploring Social Justice, Becoming an Agent for Change
    Aug 8, 2014: In hindsight, I’m not sure what I was thinking when I decided to attend a faith-based university in an affluent suburb of Kansas City. In May, as I sat in queue to walk across the stage and receive my diploma, I was at a loss as to how I would implement all of the motivational speeches and advice handed to college graduates. In this recent graduate daze, I arrived in DC this summer. The last few weeks have been not only been enlightening as to what it means to engage in public policy and to serve the rights of immigrants, but have also solidified my commitment to...
  • Aug 5, 2014: Network Profile: JFCS/East Bay
    Aug 5, 2014: CLINIC values the dedication and commitment to service demonstrated by our affiliate agencies in their work with their communities.  This month we highlight an outstanding agency:       Jewish Family & Children’s Services of the East Bay (JFCS/East Bay)
  • Jul 31, 2014: Faith in Action and Family Detention in Artesia Part 2
    Jul 31, 2014: My first post discussed one of many examples of the life-giving work that the Church is doing to support immigrant families who are not detained and contrasted the Catholic shelter to the detention center in Artesia, New Mexico.

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