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Refugees welcome in North Dakota

May 9, 2016

When Marina Fathallah lived in Iraq and walked to school with her sister, she said they never thought they would reach the building.

 

Cyber Terrorism

May 9, 2016

The National Newspaper Association Foundation hosted five college students from all over the country to participate in its annual fellowship. This year, the fellows met with professionals and legislators in Washington to talk about the war on terrorism. The fellows then wrote their articles for Publishers’ Auxiliary and their local publications. Below is a narrative of their visits in the city.

 

International students’ job outlook limited by visa process

June 1, 2015

Bharat Verma’s flat-billed hat and zip-up hoodie may not distinguish him from the rest of North Dakota State’s campus. But his accent—and his career path—certainly do.

Immigrant students face a tough road

June 1, 2015

There is a distinction between asking someone where he or she was born and where he or she is from.

Bipartisan immigration reform delayed

June 1, 2015

For Sarah Alva’s husband, the seemingly mundane moments of American life, such as commuting to work or going to the bank, were burdened by the crippling fear of sudden and permanent deportation.

The sad tale of immigration

June 1, 2015

Mistreated by their own government, terrified foreigners huddle together. Having tried other options for asylum, the tired and hopeless immigrants have had no luck. The worn-out refugees must continue their search for a better life. Hearing of a mythical land of promise, the group sets course for America.

Community papers need to get out the word on immigration programs

June 1, 2015

Have you heard about immigration reform?

Blurred lines in Mississippi politics

June 1, 2015

Discussion of immigration reform may look red and blue in news reports, divided along political lines, but in Mississippi, it’s a little more gray.

Documented immigrants face bureaucratic hurdles, too

May 1, 2015

Liliana Romero grew up in a cultural hotbed filled with food and family among the hustle and bustle of Mexico City. For her, following her dreams across the counties’ northern border to America was relatively easy.

From farmers to politicians, a call for immigration reform in GA

May 1, 2015

The Vidalia sweet onion harvest has just begun, and local farmers are working hard to get the first crop ready to ship all over the world.

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