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.
St. John the Evangelist, which sits on a corner near Summit Avenue in St. Paul, is one of several churches that have partnered with the Minnesota Council of Churches in co-sponsoring refugee families.
After Trump was elected president, MinnPost spoke with three Muslim-Americans about how the community has responded to the news.
This is hardly the first time that Minnesota has provided election materials in foreign languages. In fact, the state first did so in 1896.
“Muslim girls want to play sports,” says Asiya founder Fatimah Hussein. “They want to do what other girls are doing. But there are barriers.”
MinnPost sat down with Immigration Law Center of Minnesota Executive Director John Keller to look at the status and history of TPS — and how it’s different from any other immigration status.
The message was created by the school’s College Republicans during the annual “Paint the Bridge” event on Friday.