Thursday, January 27, 2022

Tag: immigration

The Frank is a place in Pembroke Pines where art lives...

The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery and Exhibit Hall at the Charles E. Dodge City Center in Pembroke Pines is home to mesmerizing exhibits...

Border crisis in Del Rio, Texas intensifies (includes video story)

Thousands of migrants are under the Del Rio International Bridge in Texas, waiting for processing and possible entry into the U.S. Many of them--Haitian-- have...

Can Texans Afford Gov. Greg Abbott’s Border Wall? (includes video)

The construction of a massive wall along the southern border of the United States became a symbol of the Trump administration's efforts to reduce...

Venezuelans shift toward Biden, Democrats now that they have TPS

After Temporary Protected Status was granted to Venezuelans last month by the Secretary of Homeland Security, those in South Florida had mixed, but increasingly...

Newsbreak, March 23, 2021

The mass shooting in Boulder left 10 dead including a police officer, children being kept in border patrol facilities not suited for minors, Boston...

Newsbreak, March 22, 2021

The Biden administration decides to shut the border, Mar-a-Lago closed due a COVID-19 outbreak and Spring Break chaos leads to a Miami Beach curfew....

Suly Chenkin was saved from the Nazis during the Holocaust (includes...

Holocaust survivor Suly Chenkin shared her story with students during an online ceremony on Wednesday morning.  It was part of Florida International University's sixth-annual Holocaust...

Biden gives DACA applicants hope

The Supreme Court ruling earlier this month that permitted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to continue eased Exequiel Avila's fears he...

The Latin Chamber’s partnership with Doral blossoms despite the pandemic

In August, influential Hispanic business group CAMACOL expanded its services in west Miami-Dade in a collaborative venture with the City of Doral. Four months...

Living the American dream as an asylum seeker

Two years ago, Lester Estrada Cruz, a thin, strong, hard-gazing 30-year-old Cuban systems expert fled his home three hours from Havana after witnessing corruption...