immigration

The University – Amerikuh: Past policies, future hopes

The University – Amerikuh: Past policies, future hopes

Today we explore Amerikuh. The red, white and blue. We review policies of the past & hopes shared by American scholars for the country’s future. We also listen student’s views on our country at Voices On Campus. The University co-hosts and rabblerousers: Miriam Mimi Madrid, Theresa Cole, Carolyn Jarvis Segments: From the 1927 Grand Council of […]

San Francisco: Nativist storm brings disparate communities closer together

San Francisco: Nativist storm brings disparate communities closer together

Sharing a post about an Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid on social media may seem like an efficient way of helping immigrants in the community. In reality, it spreads fear among the community due to misinformation proliferating into cyberspace. A 24/7 local rapid response network hotline was established in San Francisco by a group of […]

Sanctuary story: Felipe

Sanctuary story: Felipe

In a recent YouTube video message, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said, “If being a sanctuary city means that we value taking care of one another, and welcoming refugees and immigrants, then I welcome the title.”  What does it feel like to hold the title of “undocumented” in Denver? Here’s one man’s story. He stood there […]

Activists unite against immigration policy

Activists unite against immigration policy

Outside the federal immigration center in Aurora, roughly 100 activists gathered in protest on Feb. 25. Their reason was the Trump administration’s aggressive actions in deporting immigrants. As explained by the rally’s organizer Holly Smith, the purpose was to peacefully illustrate the solidarity that exists between Colorado residents and immigrants throughout the country. Smith said the […]

Progressives defiant over Trump Orders

Progressives defiant over Trump Orders

Community leaders outlined their plans to protect immigrants by turning Denver into a sanctuary city at a forum held at North High School Feb. 2. Hosted by the Colorado Latino Forum, the event brought Democratic lawmakers, city attorneys and law enforcement officials together to discuss how Denver would handle immigration policy in light of President […]

Political Panel: Immigration

Political Panel: Immigration

Devyn Deeter: Immigration, and moreover illegal immigration, is a hot-button issue this election season. The claims of the left are that trying to stop illegal immigration is racist, sending people back to their country is racist, and that building a wall is racist.The common argument against enforcing immigration is that the United States is a […]

Clinton rallies Colorado support

Clinton rallies Colorado support

Hillary Clinton made her first campaign stop in the Mile-High City, Nov. 24, meeting with supporters and sharing her stance on key issues. Following a morning rally in Boulder, Clinton came to Denver for a second rally held at Manual High School. The school boasts a history of having students who have gone on to […]

Immigration debate takes center stage at Turnhalle

Immigration debate takes center stage at Turnhalle

Experts went head to head at the Tivoli on this election’s hot topic of immigration. The Nov. 10 debate was part of the Exploring Economic Freedom Lecture Series organized by MSU Denver economics professor Alexandre Padilla. It was moderated by KUSA-TV 9 NEWS reporter Jonathan Gonzales. Mark Krikorian and Alex Nowrasteh, co-authors of  “Open Immigration: […]

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