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NYIC Long island Roundtable Highlights Stress Put on Immigrants by Trump Administration

On Wednesday morning more than three dozen Long Island immigrant rights groups met in the library of the Episcopal Seminary in Garden City to discuss what the priorities of the movement are in the region. The roundtable was convened by Francis Madi of the New York Immigration Coalition and over the next three hours the participants came up with an agenda for action.

Supreme Court Muslim Ban Order Will Lead to Discrimination

The Supreme Court’s order today lifting parts of the injunction against the Muslim Travel Ban is already creating confusion about who is covered, what the immediate impact will be, and about what the future of Muslim immigration to the United States is.

The Pressure on Immigrant Youth in Suffolk After Quadruple Homicide

The recent murder of four young men, presumably by the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, has focused law enforcement resources on immigrant communities in Suffolk County. The bodies of the four victims were found in April, but the repercussions of the killings still reverberate.

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Staff Series: Just Ask Max

 

Max Hadler, Senior Health Advocacy Manager

Max Hadler, NYIC Senior Health Advocacy Manager, speaks out at #UnWelcome protests!

On Thursday, May 4, Donald Trump returned to New York City for the first time since taking office. We greeted him at Trump Tower with an "UnWelcome" protest to let him know that New Yorkers resist his policies of hatred, intolerance, Islamophobia, and bigotry. The NYIC's Max Hadler, Senior Health Advocacy Manager, speaks below: 

When Jeff Sessions Came to Long Island

 

When Jeff Sessions came to Long Island last week he wasn't here to help. The killings of four young Latinos, presumably by the notroious Mara Salvatrucha gang, was a local tragedy that Trump's Attorney General was exploiting for political gain. 

Immigration Fast Five 4.21.17

Trump immigration agency wants to kick 50,000 Haitians out of the USA USA Today 04.20.17

Immigration Fast Five 4.6.17

Faculty at Suffok Community College joined the protest against Trump's policies.

Donald Trump’s speech on Friday in Brentwood was wrong on just so many levels. But it was at its worst in the president’s direction to Suffolk cops to rough-up Latino suspects. This is what the president said:

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Donald Trump came to Long Island on Friday to try to divert attention from on-going investigations into his administration. The trip was ostensibly to recognize police officers involved in anti-gang activities in Suffolk County, but this was not some long-planned awards ceremony. It was a hastily cobbled together photo-op to try to convince those segments of the American electorate...

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When the Supreme Court issued its order last month allowing a very limited section of President Trump's Muslim Travel Ban to go into effect, the Court must have assumed that it was dealing with a normal presidential administration. The Court refused to allow the Ban to to be applied to immigrants or to those already issued visas from the six Muslim-majority...
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The Trump Administration is working on a massive overhaul of the immigration laws that would effectively end Family-Based immigration to the United States. The legislation would also cut legal immigration in half and make it much harder for Permanent Residents to become U.S. Citizens. This proposal combines all the hatred of the Alt-Right and White Nationalist Fringe into...

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The State Department has issued guidance on the limited Muslim Ban based on President Trump’s second executive order (E.O.) on entry of persons from six Muslim-majority countries. It goes into effect tonight. We only received this guidance a few hours ago, but I want to explain what it says as succinctly as...

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On Wednesday morning more than three dozen Long Island immigrant rights groups met in the library of the Episcopal Seminary in Garden City to discuss what the priorities of the movement are in the region. The roundtable was convened by Francis Madi of the New York Immigration Coalition and over the next three hours the participants came up with an agenda for action.

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Read More | written by pyoung | created 47 weeks 1 day ago

The Supreme Court’s order today lifting parts of the injunction against the Muslim Travel Ban is already creating confusion about who is covered, what the immediate impact will be, and about what the future of Muslim immigration to the United States is.

The Court’s order this morning continues to block most of the Travel...

Read More | written by pyoung | created 47 weeks 3 days ago

The recent murder of four young men, presumably by the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, has focused law enforcement resources on immigrant communities in Suffolk County. The bodies of the four victims were found in April, but the repercussions of the killings still reverberate.

Central Islip has a large Central American immigrant...

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When Jeff Sessions came to Long Island at the end of April, I was among a group of advocates who organized a rally for immigrant rights outside the Central Islip courthouse where he was appearing. Sessions was there because of a recent quadruple murder carried out, it is believed, by members of the gang Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13). Sessions has used the recent killings by MS-...

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