Immigrants today are the strangers in our midst. If God has called us to care for the stranger, how dare we turn them away! Religious and community activists are organizing a robust movement for immigration reform that is growing rapidly.
After Barack Obama announced his candidacy, I promised the Latino community that -- at last -- we had a candidate who would fight for us and for our causes. But now I'm having doubts.
Blasting the White House for "escalating deportations and detentions" while taking no action toward enacting comprehensive immigration reform, national immigrant rights leaders are escalating a pressure campaign.
Not only is the whole company profitable, there is every indication that the Cleveland plant is profitable as well. So why is Hugo Boss shuttering its Cleveland operation and sending 400 American workers onto unemployment lines?
While many agree that financial literacy may build awareness, it is unlikely, by itself, to help someone better navigate the fine print.
It came as somewhat of a surprise last night when new LAPD chief Charlie Beck, decked out in uniform, stood before an immigrants' rights rally at La Placita church downtown.
Though he clearly supports the notion that our laws must reflect the contributions immigrants have made to literally build this country, it is clear to me that Congress cannot wait for President Obama on this issue.
If immigration reform is bad for America's workers, then why does virtually every group that represents American workers support it so enthusiastically?
In the immigration debate, some things never change. One is that opponents of immigration reform will use it as a wedge issue and will blame everything from unemployment to rising health care costs on immigrants.
Yesterday, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), a key congressional champion for sensible immigration policy, introduced real immigration reform legislation in...
The time for waiting is over for laws that don't just secure our border, but go further to secure our economy, protect our workforce and recognize the proud tradition of immigrants seeking the American Dream.
In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano reiterated the Obama Administration's plan to push for ...
Republican politicians have been guilty of using immigrants as a wedge issue for so long that they are in real danger of sacrificing their future with Latino, minority, and swing voters.
Although President Obama speaks passionately about the need for comprehensive immigration reform, actions speak louder than words. Here are nine powerful actions that will press to get reform done.
I'm not a fan of pandering for pandering's sake, but someone addressing you with words they're unfamiliar and maybe a little uncomfortable with shows not only respect, but warmth.
Colbert's segment basically made the case for why Congress needs to pass the bipartisan Fair Elections Now Act, which would put in place public funding of congressional elections.