The Washington Capitals face the NY Rangers tonight, but Sehreen Noor Ali can’t stop thinking about Game 7 of the last playoff round when Joel Ward’s winning goal shot the Capitals to glory and set off a wave of racist comments from fans.
A new report from the Immigration Policy Center dismantles the “attrition through enforcement” theory professed by Mitt Romney.
LGBT immigrants often undergo the integration process alone, shunned by religious and other communities that form a safety net for many newly arrived immigrants. A new guide offers practical, step-by-step guidance on welcoming LGBT refugees in the U.S.
When asked by Pew Hispanic researchers what language they think in, only first-generation Latinos responded in the majority to Spanish.
Under an interim policy announced last week immigration authorities will recognize heterosexual marriages when one member of the couple is transgender.
Even though the number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. has stabilized, Erwin de Leon argues comprehensive immigration reform is still needed.
Five lesbian and gay couples filed suit in federal court on Monday, challenging Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which prevents American citizens from sponsoring same-gender spouses for legal permanent residency.
Georgia closed its legislative session last week without passing SB 458, a proposed anti-immigration law. Jerry Gonzalez, Executive Director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, believes that’s because the state’s appetite for draconian immigration laws is diminishing.
A new report from the Brookings Institution shows that as the U.S. population ages, the labor force will increasingly depend on immigrants and their children to keep the economy moving.
The Justice Department blocked Texas’ new voter ID law out of concern that it violated the 1965 Voting Rights Act and would suppress turnout among Latino voters.