Gonzales explains: “Within a year, DACA beneficiaries were already taking giant steps. They found new jobs. They increased their earnings. They acquired driver’s licenses. And they began to build credit through opening bank accounts and...
Acts of physical violence, verbal intimidation, and hate-mongering against Chinese and other Asian Americans are occurring with alarming frequency throughout the country. Since the start of the medical crisis, more than one thousand acts of racism against Asian Americans have been reported.
A new report authored by the Harvard Law School Crimmigration Clinic reveals an accounting system across Massachusetts county sheriff offices that fails to fully and transparently account for costs incurred for providing federal agencies with immigration detention services.
The Immigration Initiative at Harvard (IIH) is recruiting a Research Assistant to work for up to 12 hours a week (hours to be confirmed depending on the successful candidate’s academic status), beginning 1 March 2020 for five months, with the possibility of extension. The candidate should have an existing Harvard affiliation. The main aims of the role will include facilitating the IIH team with the organization of events and administrative tasks related to a forthcoming conference on the topic of immigration. The Research Assistant will be expected to spend at least one day a week in the...
White Snake Projects, the team behind the acclaimed opera, I Am A Dreamer Who No Longer Dreams, is currently soliciting artists for the following projects: Let’s Celebrate! Living Holiday Traditions in America; and SING OUT STRONG: DeColonized Voices.
Ahead of the November 12, 2019 Supreme Court hearing regarding the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the Immigration Initiative at Harvard (IIH) today releases a new report highlighting the program’s long-term impacts on young immigrants.
The Office of the President and the University’s Office for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging officially launched a joint initiative called the Harvard Culture Lab Innovation Fund to promote diversity and inclusion, the University announced in an email Wednesday.
Yael Balbuena, a 17-year-old high school senior wearing a bow tie and a blazer, wasn’t sure how the Arizona state senator who stood in front of him would react when he began recounting his life story and his preparation for college.