By Harald Reynolds and Ryan Ramos In what is being called a ‘Trump effect,’ applications of international students at UW-Milwaukee for Fall 2017 compared to Fall 2016. According to an … [Read more...]
When Deportation Becomes Illogical: Twenty-year old possession offense has drug interventionist, and legal resident, facing deportation.
Beaver Dam, WI April 22, 2017: U.S. citizens may think President Donald Trump is trying to find and deport some 11 million “illegal” immigrants who are not only trespassing on American soil, but … [Read more...]
As Supreme Court begins – Affirmative Action in jeopardy
By Gloria J. Browne-Marshall The new term of the U.S. Court began on Mon., Oct. 1. The docket covers issues from affirmative action to criminal justice and deportation to voting rights. Marriage … [Read more...]
Voces de la Frontera joins National Tour to shine light on deportations
Meeting with Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), State Officials to include testimonies from affected families Every year, approximately 400,000 people are deported from the United States. On Sunday … [Read more...]