Since Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone were declared Ebola free in 2015 and 2016, the U.S. government notified TPS holders several months ago that it wouldn’t renew their status.
Adding fresh perspective, Klas Bergman also considers the future of this political legacy — and whether it will live on as new waves of immigrants put down roots in the state.
The James H. Binger Center for New Americans offers traditional classroom instruction while also giving students the chance to participate in actual cases.
Hablando Franco, a new Spanish-language podcast, was launched by Mitch Roldan and Antonio Elias to offer context and analysis to the news being discussed in Minnesota’s Latino community.
A new book confirms what many in the Somali-American community have long theorized: that the Somali community in the Twin Cities is more engaged than those in other parts of the U.S.
For the three years he served as federal prosecutor, Luger walked a fine line — between building relationships with members of the community and prosecuting others on terrorism-related charges.
As the executive director of the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, John Keller has become one of the most prominent advocates for immigrants and refugees in the state.
While layoffs are inevitable for most resettlement organizations, executives say they are trying to redeploy most employees to other service programs within the organizations.
The books are a part of Green Card Voices’ work to strengthen ties, through storytelling, between immigrants and their new neighbors.
The memo calls for expediting the removal of an estimated 11 million undocumented residents in the United States, including those charged with non-violent offenses.
While the national political climate has grown hostile to immigrants, Minnesota needs them more than ever, says a U of M study.
In Minnesota, home to more than 150,000 Muslim-Americans, hundreds of families have been affected by the travel ban.
The Trump administration order created chaos for hundreds of refugees and permanent residents who were scheduled to arrive over the weekend — including one Minnesota family.
Larry Yungk traveled to Minneapolis recently for the opening of a photo exhibition at the American Swedish Institute called “Where the Children Sleep.”
How the president’s key immigration plans might affect Minnesota — and what elected officials have said they will do to respond to Trump’s orders.
Filipinos for Immigrant Rights in Minnesota was formed give voice to Filipino-Minnesotans in the increasingly divisive debate over immigration.
Minnesota’s colleges and universities employ a variety of strategies for helping students who might be overwhelmed by the demands of college life.
The birthday is so common among Somali-Americans and within other immigrant communities that it draws waves of inside jokes on social media.
With a new administration in White House and new lawmakers in the State Capitol, immigration issues will remain crucial in 2017.
Pha sits down with MinnPost to talk about her long journey to politics, her writing experience and what she plans to bring to the table as an elected official.