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The other Japanese internment America still hasn't fully acknowledged

In March 1944, 13-year-old Isamu Carlos Arturo Shibayama, his parents and five siblings were taken from their home in Peru and shipped to New Orleans on an American troop ship. Stripped of their identity papers, the Shibayamas were admitted to the United States as “illegal aliens” and sent to a prison camp in Texas, where they would spend the next 2 1/2 years. Read more >

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Advocates doubt Trump administration will act to stem flow of migrants across Canada-U.S. border

The crossing of migrants into Canada that has now become a thorny issue on the U.S.’s northern frontier was certainly not on horizon until recently

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New Trump travel ban aims to withstand court challenge

WASHINGTON — President Trump scaled back his executive order barring migrants from several predominantly Muslim countries Monday, in an attempt to insulate the controversial ru Read more >

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Trump renames ban on Muslim immigrants, but removes Iraq from list

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Following a setback in the courts last month, President Donald Trump issued a modified version of the ban Read more >

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EWU Immigration Conference Addresses Student Worries

Cathi Tactaquin, executive director and co-founder of National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR), gave a keynote address to students and faculty at Showalter Auditorium titled “Immigration and the Trump Presidency.” Read more >

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Don’t get too excited about a Trump immigration “compromise”

Donald Trump would like a lot of things to happen. Read more >

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