Supporters of Francisco Moya stress respect for women in his campaign for the N.Y. Assembly. His opponent, Hiram Monserrate is attempting a comeback after being forced to leave the N.Y. State Senate after a conviction in a domestic case.
The Hispanic community in Port Richmond has welcomed increased police presence on Castleton and Port Richmond Avenues, the epicenter of recent hate crimes on Staten Island.
Despite claims of “murder and mayhem” on the U.S.-Mexico border, a new opinion poll shows that residents in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico and California feel secure in their neighborhoods.
At a street fair in Queens, the multifaceted South Asian community came together for a celebration of art and music, but also to talk about pressing issues in their community like foreclosures and domestic violence.
In the first of a two-part series, Cristina DC Pastor contrasts the relative ease of entering the U.S. from Canada with more restrictive procedures along the U.S.-Mexico border.
New Yorkers take a centrist position on immigration reform.
A new study by the Migration Policy Institute estimates that only 38% of undocumented youth who could potentially benefit will actually obtain permanent legal status under the proposed DREAM Act.
A landmark bill awaiting New York Governor David Paterson’s signature would vacate the prostitution charges for victims of sex trafficking.
Church leaders are pressing for changes in immigration laws that prevent separation of families.
June 1st was marked by more acts of civil disobedience in New York City, as the pressure for legislators to move on immigration ramps up.