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If Salvadorans with TPS are deported, Arizona’s economy would suffer – East Valley Tribune


East Valley Tribune

If Salvadorans with TPS are deported, Arizona's economy would suffer
East Valley Tribune
The Palacioses' American dream was put on hold early January after Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen's announcement terminating TPS for Salvadorans. About 200,000 TPS-protected Salvadorans across the U.S. have until September 2019 to ...

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‘You are an inspiration’: Women with immigrant stories celebrate International Women’s Day at ECC panel – Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

'You are an inspiration': Women with immigrant stories celebrate International Women's Day at ECC panel
Chicago Tribune
Others were neither students nor immigrants, but detailed how multiculturalism influenced their lives. Amybeth Maurer, ECC's director of orientation and student life, told the group about her daughter, whom she adopted from Haiti. Some in attendance ...

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#MeToo is fresh backdrop in lawsuit over Haiti abuse claims – WTOP


WTOP

#MeToo is fresh backdrop in lawsuit over Haiti abuse claims
WTOP
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A federal jury apparently didn't believe seven men when they testified under oath that they were sexually abused by the founder of an orphanage in Haiti. But things have changed since summer 2015. The number of men willing to ...
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