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NBC News
Asian Americans Crowdsource Open Letter to Families: 'Black Lives Matter To Us, Too'to discuss talking points, word choice, pronoun agreement, and translations. Xu
Asian Americans Crowdsource Open Letter to Families: 'Black Lives Matter To Us, Too'
NBC News / Posted 16 days ago
to discuss talking points, word choice, pronoun agreement, and translations. Xu also tweeted that journalist and activist Jose Antonio Vargas volunteered to make final edits on the letter. "This is primarily a call for empathy and understanding,"... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Fil-Am historians, activists gather in New Yorkthe conference held June 22-25 on the John Jay College of Criminal Law campus f
Fil-Am historians, activists gather in New York
Inquirier.net / Posted 26 days ago
the conference held June 22-25 on the John Jay College of Criminal Law campus featured plenary sessions that included Jose Antonio Vargas (Pulitzer Prize winner and founder of EmergingUS), Broadway stars, recent Fil-Am authors, LGBTQ activists... Read more
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Inquirier.net
US high court’s one-line ruling only a temporary defeat for DACA+vote of 4-4. But it’s only a temporary defeat; there are still legal ways to mo
US high court’s one-line ruling only a temporary defeat for DACA+
Inquirier.net / Posted 27 days ago
vote of 4-4. But it’s only a temporary defeat; there are still legal ways to move forward with the executive action. Jose Antonio Vargas, a Filipino national, is the most outspoken advocate of the DREAM Act and the Deferred Action for... Read more
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The Advocate
The Immigration Ruling Is Another Hit Against Queer Latinosartist and public speaker. Reyes holds a BA in creative writing from San Franci
The Immigration Ruling Is Another Hit Against Queer Latinos
The Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
artist and public speaker. Reyes holds a BA in creative writing from San Francisco State University and is an arts fellow at Define American, an organization founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas (DefineAmer... Read more
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The Manila Times
American dream turns to nightmare for the undocumentedsuch work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have u
American dream turns to nightmare for the undocumented
The Manila Times / Posted 29 days ago
such work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have undocumented workers,” said Los Angeles-based Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist-turned-activist, who came out as an undocumented immigrant several... Read more
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The Manila Times
FOCUS American dream turns to nightmare for undocumented immigrantssuch work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have u
FOCUS American dream turns to nightmare for undocumented immigrants
The Manila Times / Posted 30 days ago
such work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have undocumented workers,” said Los Angeles-based Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist-turned-activist, who came out as an undocumented immigrant several... Read more
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Inquirier.net
American dream turns to nightmare for undocumented immigrantssuch work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have u
American dream turns to nightmare for undocumented immigrants
Inquirier.net / Posted 30 days ago
such work. “The country’s economy would basically collapse if we didn’t have undocumented workers,” said Los Angeles-based Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist-turned-activist, who came out as an undocumented immigrant several... Read more
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Gawker
Obama Immigration Reform Blocked After Supreme Court Splits 4-4Journalist and immigration rights activist Jose Antonio Vargas outside the Supr
Obama Immigration Reform Blocked After Supreme Court Splits 4-4
Gawker / Posted 1 months ago
Journalist and immigration rights activist Jose Antonio Vargas outside the Supreme Court in April. Photo: AP The Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents plan, or DAPA, would have spared as many as 5 million... Read more

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