This Immigrant Kid In Search Of American Dream Only Sleeps 3 Hours So He Can Work And Go To School – we are mitú

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This Immigrant Kid In Search Of American Dream Only Sleeps 3 Hours So He Can Work And Go To School (07/19/16) – we are mitú Image source: wearemitu.com from the video This is Gaspar Marcos. He’s 18 years old, grew up in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, and was orphaned at age 5. At age 12, he came […]

The Obama Record on Deportations: Deporter in Chief or Not? | migrationpolicy.org

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Image source: nypost.com President Obama faced criticism over his administration’s handling of immigration enforcement from both the left and the right, labeled “deporter in chief” even as he was also accused of lax enforcement. A closer examination of his administration’s record paints a more nuanced picture. This article explores how immigration enforcement practices shifted to […]

Let Them Go, Let Them Grow: The Latina Girls Project | LifeLines

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North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, a not-for-profit children’s mental health agency whose social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors provide extensive services to residents of Nassau County, Long Island. Source: Let Them Go, Let Them Grow: The Latina Girls Project | LifeLines