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Arizona Initiative Extends In-State Tuition to Non-Citizens

Arizona voters have approved an initiative to extend in-state college tuition to some non-citizen students — a move that supporters hope will spark change...

Civil Rights Groups Demand Investigation Into Fake University Used to Detain...

This week, more than 40 civil rights organizations penned a letter to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Civil Rights and Liberties...

Law Students Serve as the Frontline of Protection for the Undocumented

Kathryn Redmond, JD, spent spring break of her final year of law school in a San Antonio bus station. As a student volunteer with...

Higher Education Community Fights Immigrant Family Separations as Future of Detained...

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wed., June 20 to end the practice of separating parents and children who are detained for...

DACA Has a Significant Impact on the Asian American Community

We are a country driven by the belief that the future is before us, yet we constantly attempt to hold on to the traditions,...

Attorneys General and University of California System Take Legal Action in...

Nineteen attorneys general and the University of California have filed three separate lawsuits against President Donald Trump for his decision last week to rescind...

DREAMers No Longer Safe as Trump Administration Announces End of DACA...

The Trump administration announced Tuesday morning that it will no longer offer legal protections to the roughly 800,000 immigrants who entered the United States...

Understanding History to Lead, Manage, and Engage Asian Americans

Another year, another commemoration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. But why is it important to celebrate the history of diverse communities in the...

Former Government Officials, Tech Companies, and Colleges Take Trump’s Immigration Ban...

After more than a week of protests against the federal ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries, the fight against President Donald Trump’s executive...

Undocumented Immigrants Face Uncertain Future After Supreme Court’s Tie Vote

On Thursday, the Supreme Court announced a deadlock in the case United States v. Texas, which challenged President Barack Obama’s deferred immigration initiatives. With...