Saturday, July 20, 2024

Tag: Immigrants

Immigration shapes up as prime election issue, Brookings speakers say (includes...

Immigrants positively impact the U.S. economy and labor market. That is one of the key points presented at a Brookings Institution event held in Washington,...

New migrants participate in midterms more than native-born citizens (includes video...

Immigration has become an important part of election conversations and newly naturalized voters in states where races could decide the balance of power in...

D.C. mayor wants federal response to migrants sent from Texas (includes...

It has been almost five months since Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott started transporting migrants to Washington D.C. on buses. Critics, including the city’s mayor,...

Newsbreak September 9, 2022

It's the second day of mourning in the United Kingdom for Queen Elizabeth. The World Health Organization reveals shocking statistics about the pandemic's impact...

Newsbreak July 25, 2022

Heat advisories are issued in United States as states hit triple digit temperatures. Miami-Dade Board of Education votes against new sexual education textbooks for...

Death toll for Texas migrants rises to 53 (includes video story)

The number of migrants found dead in a stifling trailer in Texas rose to 53 on Wednesday, after two more people died in San...

Relaxed Cuba sanctions split South Florida voters

Sonia Caballero, 26, is an assistant site director at Breakthrough Miami, a nonprofit organization that helps high school students get into college. Her parents...

Thousands of immigrant stories recorded by Miami local archived at Library...

Immigrants' memories often include hard work, resiliency, and sacrifice.  Tony Hernandez, founder of the Immigrant Archive Project, has recorded over 3,000 of these stories since...

Organizations assist with migrant influx as Title 42 end approaches (includes...

A park in downtown San Antonio has turned into a waiting area for migrants who are exempt from Title 42, the pandemic order that...

FIU student goes from homelessness to working for the U.S. House...

Luis Moros left Venezuela for Miami with his mom when he was only 14 years old, then rotated among homeless shelters. It was a...