There were no concrete commitments and members rejected Ban Ki-moon's proposal to resettle 10 percent of the world's refugee population each year.
Citizenship and small-dollar lines of credit are just an initial step toward economic mobility and building wealth for Latino immigrants.
My parent's wedding song was the Theme to Love Story. To this day, the iconic melancholy melody punches me in the gut, squeezes my heart, and puts a l...
Trump's approach to immigration is infamously based on a wall constructed on the border to keep undocumented immigrants from "stealing" American jobs ...
As an African-American women focused on using policy and business to produce better outcomes for low-income women, men, children, and seniors, especially in communities of color, I'm used to having my voice overlooked or ignored and my ideas either marginalized or even stolen on occasion.
For some unfathomable reason, Matt Lauer moderated the event. Lauer is not exactly the first person on the NBC bench I would pick to host the kickoff political event of the campaign season's homestretch, to put it mildly.
From the shores of Turkey, to an ...
Vice President Biden's widely reported claim, late last week, that the Administration has "embraced a fundamentally different approach" to the "hard trade-offs" posed by the Central America migration crisis is either ill-informed or disingenuous.
Trump scares me, not because any of his crazy ideas are practically feasible. My real fear is that his brand of bullshitting and nativism will become an indelible part of the American political and social landscape.
The conventional map of Africa's development path went more or less like this: transfers of capital and technology would ease people out of farming and into factory jobs around cities, while income from the extraction of oil, gas, and minerals would help governments pay for education, health, and infrastructure.
Make no mistake: tunnels would be excavated, despite the Trump "sensors" and "technology" and "towers."
It's still only August, but already the predictions that this would be an exceedingly banal presidential election campaign look like they've already come true. This week's campaign news might be summed up as an elementary school playground shouting match: "You're a bigot!" "No, you're a bigot!" Sigh.
In the Headlines: "Trump Weighs Softer Immigration Stance."
By 2016, federal government funding of border and immigration enforcement added up to $5 billion more than that for all other federal law enforcement agencies combined.
Though Trump is seeking to pivot to the general election in order to become more acceptable to a broader group of voters, his latest ad, sowing fear and misinformation, is revealing. It is not only an attack on immigrants and refugees. It is an attack on the economic security of us all.
Lets face it, women are the largest minority group there is, worldwide. To most men, we are "the Other". Yet, in his latest film ...