The writer is founder of NewsAmericasNow, CaribPR Wire and Hard Beat Communications.
We are now just five days away from the Nov. 3rd general elections. Who would have thought back in 2016 that the long dark daunting path that had seemed endless, could come down to this?
I am a Caribbean immigrant voter and entrepreneur in the battle ground state of Florida, having moved here from New York City.
Immigrant voting power is on the rise and it has reached historic heights this decade, making it THE swing vote to be feared by the right, which has spent all of the past four years via the Xenophobe-in-Chief bashing and scapegoating immigrants.
A new opera opened last week at the RNC’s white nationalist convention, one which has played to extremely poor reviews since.
With the Democratic National Convention over and with 70 plus days to go until the election on Nov. 3, it is now critical to dig a little deeper into former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s immigration plan.
It has been a dark time for immigrants in this country under the Donald Trump Republican-led administration.
As the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) claims it needs at least $1.2 billion in taxpayer funding to avoid furloughing about 70% of its workforce
They are fondly referred to as “Dreamers,” the young immigrants brought into the U.S. with no legal status by their parents and who after much lobbying, were able to obtain temporary legal immigration status under the Barack Obama administration.
In June 2015, when Donald Trump launched his campaign for president of the United States, his opening saga included the statement: “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. …
For in 2020, we still have to plead our own cause––as Black people, as people of color, as immigrants––because the system has been so stacked against us for so long.