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Posts Tagged with "immigration"

Medical student intern found guilty because he survived genocide: How you can help him stay alive

April 23, 2011

Jean Leonard Teganya was recently found to be a war criminal by the Canadian Federal Court simply because he survived an attack on a Rwandan hospital where he was a medical student intern in 1994. This is such an assault on war victims all over the world.

From Oakland to Arizona, Black clergy say, ‘Our struggle is one’

July 9, 2010

With Arizona’s harsh new immigration law threatening to unleash a wave of racial profiling, Bay Area African-American clergy and community leaders traveled to Phoenix late last month on a four-day solidarity mission.

Time for immigration reform is now

July 2, 2009

Editor’s Note: This editorial was produced in association with New America Media (www.newamericamedia.org), a national association of ethnic media, and is being published by ethnic media across the country this week to bring attention to the urgency of immigration reform.… Read the rest »

Haiti policy statement for President Obama and Congress

January 27, 2009

Haitian-Americans are working for change on the following priorities and urge President Obama and the new U.S. Congress to incorporate them into a more effective foreign policy that centers on promoting sustainable development, self-sufficiency, and a sovereign, prosperous and stable Haiti.

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