Posts tagged as: Immigration

Young Immigrants Line Up To Avoid Deportation

Young Immigrants Line Up To Avoid Deportation

The new Obama policy will allow young Uptown immigrants to stay in the U.S. for two years, but will also divide families.

New Law to Limit Federal Presence at Rikers Island, Restrict Deportations

New Law to Limit Federal Presence at Rikers Island, Restrict Deportations

A new law will prevent the New York City Department of Corrections from cooperating with Department of Homeland Security in the deportation of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record.

Mentorship program gives students the chance to DREAM

Mentorship program gives students the chance to DREAM

A local immigrant youth group start a mentorship program to help undocumented students access a college education

Harlem’s Africans Embrace Health Care, With Exceptions

Harlem’s Africans Embrace Health Care, With Exceptions

Harlem’s pan-African community is better equipped than ever at managing its health care requirements, but problems persist.

Uptown’s Ecuadoreans Lack Political Clout, Community Organization

Uptown’s Ecuadoreans Lack Political Clout, Community Organization

Upper Manhattan’s Ecuadoreans pin their hopes on greater political influence.

Harlem Hero Could Face Deportation

Harlem Hero Could Face Deportation

After foiling an armed robbery, Mahamadou Ndiaye faces hearings to determine his refugee
status.

A ‘Day of the Dead’ in America

A ‘Day of the Dead’ in America

The Day of the Dead’s origins might lie thousands of miles south, but uptown many people participate in the ceremonies.

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