Tag Archives: immigrants

  • Georgia Billboard Detours Immigrants to South Carolina

    Apr 19, 13 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free” must only apply to a small area around the Statue of Liberty where it’s printed because some states are not being so friendly or welcoming to those arriving in the country. According to CBS Atlanta, a billboard was placed along Bellsferry Road […]

  • Driver Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants Debut in North Carolina

    Mar 26, 13 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *The children that have come into the United States by no choice of their own, have had to live under the radar and, sometimes, returned to their country. The newest immigration laws have freed states like North Carolina up to start providing driver’s licenses for their undocumented immigrants. The opportunity to drive legally provides better […]

  • ‘Coming to America’ 23 Years Later: 4 African Immigrants and Their Stories

    Nov 7, 11 by jasmynecannick Leave a comment

    By Jasmyne A. Cannick It’s been 23 years since Zamunda’s Prince Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy) came to New York City in search of his bride in the hit movie Coming to America. And while much of the nation has been focused on the illegal immigration of Latino’s, tens of thousands of African immigrants have crossed the Atlantic […]

  • Sierra Leone Captures Cup Title in L.A.’s First Annual African Soccer Tourney

    Sep 6, 11 by jasmynecannick Leave a comment

    *LOS ANGELES – 384 semi-professional and amateur soccer players representing 20 African countries were featured in the first ever African Community Soccer Tournament that saw Sierra Leone’s ‘Leone Stars’ defeat Cameroon’s ‘L.A. Lions’ team 2-1 to capture the first ACST Cup title. From the 24 team tournament that featured teams representing 20 African countries, including […]

  • The Tea Party Begs for Racist Voter Eligibility Tactics

    Feb 10, 10 by EurPublisher 1 Comment

    *You may not remember the former Congressman and 2008 Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo, but he’s trying to become a thorn in President Obama’s side with his relentless, ridiculous, racist, rhetoric concerning the Vote. According to Huffington Post, last Thursday at the Tea Party Convention in Nashville, he addressed his fans about the right to vote in America and […]