immigration

4:27pm

Mon June 2, 2014
Education

Bridging the language gap for immigrant parents

Skyline High School Logo

Oakland’s Skyline High School has one of the most diverse campuses in California, with students coming from a wide range of backgrounds. That means some parents are not fluent in English, making it difficult for them to communicate with teachers and administrators. That is where the school's Family Resource Center comes in, helping to bridge the language gap with translation services.

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8:02pm

Thu May 8, 2014
Politics

African immigrants worry with elimination of Diversity Visa

www.ethiopianopinion.com


Last June, the U.S. Congress made a landmark decision to pass immigration reform. The new law eliminates the Diversity Immigrant Lottery Visa, also known as the Green Card Lottery. 

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11:26pm

Tue April 1, 2014
Folk Music & Beyond Sat. 3 pm

Solas Live This Saturday 3 pm!

Just Added!  Solas, one of this country's leading Irish-American bands, will be stopping by the KALW studios this Saturday for a live performance.  Led by talented multi-instrumentalist Seamus Egan, Solas has been called "exciting" and "brilliant."  Thistle & Shamrock calls Solas "Irish America's most influential band."  Solas will perform songs from its latest CD "Shamrock City," a tale of immigration, tragedy, corruption, and discrimination based on the true-life story of Michael Conway.   

12:00am

Thu March 20, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

Today on Your Call: What are the stories of migrant farmworkers?

Viviana Aguirre, UFW union worker at Muranaka Farms in Oxnard, CA

4:47pm

Thu January 16, 2014
Arts & Culture

Tech immigration changes racial attitudes in Cupertino: Interview with Tomás R. Jiménez

Tomás R. Jiménez, assistant professor of sociology at Stanford University
Stanford University, Department of Sociology

Last June marked a much anticipated achievement for the US Congress- the passing of the immigration reform bill.

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