Tag Archives: immigration

Should Malta Be Catholic?

Should Malta be Catholic? On our first night in Gozo we went out for a pizza. And an old man was feeling chatty at the table next to us. As per usual, we asked him if you were in charge of our series what would you say about your island. And then after he learned… Read More »

Arizona 360: Military at Border; Border Patrol Ridealong; Processing Asylum Seekers; Court Backlog

NEXT ON “ARIZONA 360,” A CLOSER LOOK AT THE SHARP RISE IN ASYLUM CLAIMS.>>SMUGGLERS ARE KIND OF SELLING A DREAM.>>UNDERSTANDING HOW THE SYSTEM PROCESSES DETAINEES.>>RIGHT NOW WE ARE NOT SEPARATING FAMILIES.>>AND CHALLENGES THEY FACE IN COURT.>>THERE IS A VERY HIGH RATE OF DENIALS OF ASYLUM CLAIMS BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN THEY LACK MERIT.>>>HELLO AND WELCOME… Read More »

An Examination of Hispanic and Latino History

Wanda Williams: Good evening, everyone. I’m Wanda Williams. I’m an archivist here at the National Archives of St. Louis and I want to welcome you to tonight’s Documented Rights panel examining Hispanic and Latino history. Tonight’s panel is actually panel number six. We launched our Documented Rights series in October. That’s when we opened the… Read More »

São Paulo: South America’s MEGACITY

The dramatic cliffs and endless beaches of Rio de Janeiro makes it the city that probably first comes to mind when you think of Brazil. São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere, is the true economic engine of the world’s sixth most populous country. In 1554, Catholic missionaries with the help of indigenous… Read More »

Hispanic Heritage Month | Your South Florida

We don’t want open borders. We don’t want people to come and go without a legal system of immigration. However, let’s not forget our immigrant roots and let’s not forget the generosity of the American heart, because that’s really who we are as a people. This Hispanic Heritage Month former United States Senator Mel Martinez… Read More »

LINC Toronto – Overcoming Language Barriers with Vahideh

[Jingle plays with text on screen: LINC Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada. Operated by Toronto District School Board. Funded by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada.] [Transition to white background with text on screen: What challenges were you facing before joining LINC?] [Vahideh C. LINC Centerpointe Learned on screen] Everywhere I had problem. For example,… Read More »

#EmployersTalk: Novotel North York

[Music Plays while showing intro image and #EmployersTalk ] [Alena M., HR Manager at Novotel North York speaks on camera, in front hotel entrance] With more than 400 hotels and resorts in 61 countries Novotel Hotel invites the guests to enjoy its unique hospitality. A combination of simplicity and elegance. We love our guests to… Read More »

Catholic Relics and Polish Catacombs [Kult America]

From menacing crypts to impressive castle towers. On today’s episode of Kult America we are visiting the City of Przemyśl. The Przemyśl Market Square is really amazing to me, because it’s so old. This place was actually built around the second half of the 14th century. And many of the original buildings are still in… Read More »

Challenging Authoritarianism Part 3: Immigration and National Security

(light music) – Good afternoon, thanks for coming to our final panel of today’s symposium. So for those who don’t know me, my name’s Osamah Khali. I’m the organizer of today’s symposium, I’m a professor in the history department. Some of you are also attended last night’s movie, which served as a book end to… Read More »

The Big Questions – Immigration – Lynch School of Education

One of the distinctive features of the Lynch School of Education at Boston College is the emphasis on justice that, as a Jesuit University, we’ve always been concerned with trying to serve others: men and women in service of others is one of the mottos of the Jesuits and with immigration we pursue that emphasis… Read More »