Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Out of the Shadows: Serving High-risk Communities
Domestic Violence Awareness Month evolved from the “Day of Unity” held in October, 1981. The intent was to connect advocates across the country who were working to end violence against women and their children. The Day of Unity soon became an entire week devoted to a range of activities conducted at the local, state and national level.
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Border patrol takes three into custody on West Palm street corner
West Palm Beach - For the past two years, Eugenio Augustin Guzaro stood curbside on 44th Street and Broadway in West Palm Beach and waited to secure work as a day laborer.
That routine ended Monday afternoon when Augustin Guzaro, 44, and two unidentified men were taken into custody on that same street corner by U.S. Border Patrol agents.
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Hyman Walborsky Memorial Collection donated to the Price Library
This is part of the Quarterly E-Newsletter publication of the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica at the University of Florida.
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Aileen Josephs, la abogada de los inmigrantes
West Palm Beach, FL - Los inmigrantes en el condado de Palm Beach no están solos, particularmente los niños y los más vulnerables.
Gracias a la abogada de inmigración Aileen Josephs, miles de extranjeros que han llegado al sur de Florida en los últimos 25 años en busca de una mejor vida han logrado su sueño.
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El valor de los ddhh de los refugiados
AUSTRALIA - Lo que era el día a día rutinario de la guardia costera del mediterráneo europeo, se ha convertido en una odisea entre defender sus fronteras y actuar en consecuencia del valor que tienen los DDHH de cientos de refugiados que llegan a las costas.
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La primavera árabe, movimiento espontaneo donde los ciudadanos salían a las calles para instaurar gobierno democráticos, o al menos intentarlos, se inició en países como Sudan, Etiopia y Egipto trasladándose hasta Siria, donde el presidente Bashar Al-Assad gobernaba de manera tiránica al igual que su antecesor, su padre.
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Aileen Josephs: Abogada local ayuda Inmigrantes
WEST PALM BEACH, FL — Aileen Josephs tiene un misión en la vida - ayudar a los Mayas y otros inmigrantes que llegan al Condado Palm Beach. Por su labor humanitaria, ella es una de cuatro líderes latinos que WTPV honra en el mes de la Hispanidad.
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Immigration crisis takes center stage at Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
WEST PALM BEACH, FL — As Jupiter police held a news conference Monday morning about charging three young men with a hate crime in the death of a Hispanic immigrant in the city, about 50 people were gathered at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County to hear from a representative of the Hebrew Immigration Aid Society (HIAS) about the human tragedy that is playing out not only in the United States and Latin America, but in the rest of the world.
With G.O.P.’s Ear, Rubio Pushes Dream Act Proposal
MIAMI — When Senator Marco Rubio first floated his compromise version of the Dream Act — the bill, now stalled, that would grant some students in the United States illegally a path to citizenship — the chances of reviving the politically charged issue in Congress seemed as dim as the chances of snuffing out attack ads on the campaign trail.
On Thursday, Speaker John A. Boehner said as much, calling it “difficult at best” to take up the issue in the House, where Republicans are pushing for greater border security, not more forgiving laws. But Mr. Boehner did not close the door, saying “there is always hope” and adding that Mr. Rubio had spoken to him about his proposal.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday she is “disturbed and outraged” after she was informed by federal officials that not only has the government been shipping illegal immigrants out of Texas and “dumping” them in her state, it has no plans to stop.
Children's book writer Rebecca Hinson shows not only how Statue of Liberty was built but also the meaning of its construction. Recommended
IMMIGRATION REFORM News
Our broken immigration system has affected millions of people in different ways. Those that have been affected by our system know the devastation it can cause to our lives and to those of our families. But millions more do not—and we need to change that.