Daily Archives: October 18, 2020

How Black immigrants are reshaping the Black electorate

Originally Published in The Week Halima Gikandi - October 18, 2020 Peter Opara, 66, was born in Nigeria and moved to New York City in the '70s when a young Donald J. Trump was starting to make a name for hims ...

Sorry, Trump: Immigrants Are Less Likely To Commit Crime

Originally Published in The National Interest Alex Nowrasteh - October 18, 2020 According to a recent Gallup poll, 42 percent of respondents thought that immigrants increase crime, 7 percent thought that immigran ...

Immigration to the U.S. Dropped an Insane 92%

Originally Published in The National Interest David J. Bier - October 18, 2020 Overall, the second half of FY 2020 saw 92 percent fewer immigrants from abroad than the first half, which was larger than any annual ...

Supreme Court to consider Trump effort to exclude from census any immigrants not legally in the U.S.

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times David G. Savage - October 16, 2020 WASHINGTON —  The Supreme Court said Friday it would give President Trump another chance to exclude immigrants in the U.S. illegally ...

Endless Waits At An Immigrant Camp On The Mexico Border Are Pushing Desperate People To Make Tough Choices

Originally Published in BuzzFeed News Adolfo Flores - October 16, 2020 Denise Cathey / AP  A young man wearing a face mask walks through the immigrant camp in Matamoros, Mexico. Fernando and his pregna ...

Supreme Court tees up census case over whether Trump can exclude undocumented immigrants

Originally Published in Politico Steven Shepard - October 16, 2020 The Supreme Court will hear arguments next month over whether President Donald Trump can exclude undocumented immigrants from the censu ...

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