Tag Archives: immigrants

All aboard: undocumented immigrants tour the U.S.

I’m fairly new to life. I’ve been on this planet for almost 25 years — a little too late to experience “the good ol’ days” —or so I hear.

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Farm-worker students rights violated

Fresno State students, fellow farm workers’ families and the United Farm Workers Union are working together to ask California governor Jerry Brown for equal pay.

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Fresno community speaks out at DREAM Act Rally

Watch some of the key points of today’s DREAM Act Rally.

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On-campus rally in support of DREAM

At 11 a.m. in the Free Speech Area demonstrators alongside Associated Students, Inc. President Pedro Ramirez will rally in support of the federal DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act.

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Immigrants get ‘a better test’ for U.S. citizenship

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Quick, fellow citizens, what are the colors of our national flag? OK, what color are its stars? How about this: Name the form immigrants fill out to apply for U.S. citizenship. Anyone? What, you never heard of Form N-400?

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Far removed from their homeland, many Hmong learn to thrive in California’s Central Valley

Manlia Vang has called California’s Central Valley home all her life. Not so for her parents, or some of her older siblings. The fifth oldest of 13 children, Vang was born several years after her parents immigrated to America from a Thai refugee camp in 1980. They were among the first wave of Hmong refugees fleeing from war-torn Laos, the traditonal Hmong homeland.

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