The president’s promises have been followed with little action.
Award-winning journalist Sonia Nazario discusses her book “Enrique’s Journey” and recounts her time spent in Honduras as her inspiration for immigration reform advocacy.
Long Beach State officials are working to ensure the safety of international students following ICE’s new regulations, announced Monday, while California leaders prepare to sue the Trump administration.
The Global Studies Institute hosted their fourth annual event on global issues. Maz Jobrani spoke as this year’s lecturer, discussing his experience as an Iranian immigrant.
Assistant professor in the school of social work, Kristina Lovato, presents her “Enforced Separations: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement and Deportation on Latinx Families in Los Angeles” presentation at the Center for Latino Community Health’s Brown Bag Research Talk.
Stephanie Rivera is the diversity and immigration reporter for the Long Beach Post. A Southern California native, she has been reporting on the region for close to a decade. She graduated from CSULB with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in political science in 2011.
Professors from the political science department spoke about the topics that the Supreme Court will be covering this year and how they relate to Long Beach State.
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump’s views on immigration policies and border security has stirred some controversy. Ever since he took office two years ago, he has been promising to implement a border wall and insisting that Mexico pays for it. While many proponents of stricter border security are[Read More…]
Student protesters demanding that Cal State Long Beach officially adopt a “Sanctuary” campus status marched to and delivered a set of demands to President Jane Close Conoley at Brotman Hall just before 2 p.m. on Wednesday. The students originally gathered by the Prospector Pete statue on upper campus at 1[Read More…]
A series of anti-immigration posters were distributed to the California State Universities via email Tuesday morning, calling for the prosecution of CSU Chancellor Timothy White for supporting sanctuary campuses. The posters, which included a caricatured image of White along with the caption, “Defund CSU prosecute Timothy P. White,” were claimed[Read More…]