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In Depth Discussions, Interviews and Legal Analysis of Immigration Law and Practice with Professionals in the Field, with Host John Khosravi, Esq. IMPORTANT WARNING: This show is not meant to be legal advice and is informational only. Please contact an attorney in private for more information. This is an Attorney Advertising.
 
“The Case For Immigration” podcast explores issues in American history, economics, political philosophy, and culture and argues that large-scale immigration benefits Americans across income levels and strengthens American culture. The podcast argues that cuts to current immigration levels would leave America weaker, smaller, less innovative, less optimistic, less religious, and less able to meet its fiscal obligations. The podcast is hosted by Nathan Brown, an immigration lawyer in Fresno, C ...
 
Newcomer Nation gives you the lowdown on immigration in the U.S. Every month, our podcast will explore and explain how the system works, how we got here and how it's playing out. Hosted by Daniela Vidal Allee and Daniela Sirtori-Cortina. Contact: newcomernation@gmail.com/@newcomernation
 
Homeland Insecurity is a serialized documentary podcast from migrant justice defender RAICES that explores how immigrants and other marginalized groups have become a monolithic enemy in the United States. From the near-total ban on asylum-seekers to the culture of police violence against Black and Brown civilians and rise in mass shootings fueled by a new breed of white supremacy, we investigate why institutions of the State fail to protect humanity's most vulnerable populations and what tha ...
 
What really drives the immigration debate? It’s people, not politics. Join us for “Only in America” podcast, to hear how Americans from all walks of life and from across the political spectrum are experiencing changes in their communities as a result of immigration. Faith leaders, law enforcement officials, business owners and others speak openly about the way culture, identity and values are shaping and defining our country, and they offer a constructive way forward in the immigration debate.
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for! Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race head-on. We explore how it impacts every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, sports and everything in between. This podcast makes ALL OF US part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story.
 
A show about US immigration for immigrants who want to make the US their home. Topics include spouse visa (CR1/IR1), fiance visa (K1), green card, adjusting status, removing conditions and US citizenship. You'll learn how to expedite your case, who can become a sponsor, how to bring your children to the US and what to do if your visa is denied. Other topics include VAWA, Diversity Lottery, deportation, removal proceedings, waivers, visa interview and administrative processing. If you enjoyed ...
 
Jared Rizzi, former White House correspondent, hosts "At The Table." Take your seat and join a conversation of diverse voices talking politics and community. Through humor, vulnerability, and intention, we can-- together-- meet the challenges of this moment of history.
 
In the Global Idaho Podcast, students interview DACA recipients, and other community members to study DREAMers in Southeast Idaho, in order to 1) understand DACA and its political, social, and economic significance and 2) increase awareness about immigration and immigration reform in our community. Contact: histdept@isu.edu
 
The Term is a podcast from Law360 for the busy U.S. Supreme Court watcher. Give us about 15 minutes each week and we'll catch you up on all the big action at the nation's highest court, along with a list of what to watch in the coming sessions. Hosts senior Supreme Court reporter Jimmy Hoover in Washington, D.C. and editor-at-large Natalie Rodriguez in New York City cut through a busy docket to focus on the key cases and developments everyone will be talking about.
 
You know that feeling when you read the news and have so many more questions? We know people like you. We are people like you. RadioEd taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories.
 
Each episode of dotEDU presents a deep dive into major higher education issues impacting college campuses and students across the country. Hosts from the American Council on Education joined by guest experts lead you through thought-provoking conversations around topics such as campus free speech, diversity in admissions, college costs and affordability, and more.
 
We start with the food and go beyond the plate to the people, places, and cultures of Kansas City. James Beard Award-winning food journalist Jill Silva has spent years covering Kansas City's bustling food scene. She co-hosts the podcast with 41 Action News Anchor Lindsay Shively, an award-winning storyteller who is always hungry for local fare because #LindsayLovesFood as much as she loves Kansas City.
 
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On June 18, 2020, in the case Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of the University of California, the Supreme Court held in a five-to-four decision that the reasoning the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) offered in support of its decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative was inadequate and therefo…
 
Marking the passing of a constitutional titan, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Columbia Law professor and former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Gillian Metzger. And a special remembrance from Justice Ginsburg’s law school classmates Flora Schnall and Judge Carol Brosnahan. Podcast production by Sara Burningham. Learn more abou…
 
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last week at the age of 87. The conversation has quickly moved to the politics around her replacement, but what kind of legacy did she leave? In the award-winning documentary RBG, filmmakers Julie Cohen and Betsy West chronicle the life of Ginsburg, from her rise to the judicial branch to becomi…
 
For Premium Members, email: info@ImmigrationLawyersToolbox.com SPECIAL OFFER: Mention the Immigration Lawyers Toolbox for 2 Months Free Trial of the Immigration Chatbox: https://yotengo.bot/ Audio Podcast Link: Itunes Link: Share the video: Our Website: ImmigrationLawyersToolbox.com Not legal advice. Consult with an Attorney. Attorney Advertisement…
 
Catch this preview of our upcoming series on civic engagement and how immigrants and immigration impact the 2020 election. Plus, stick around for a segment from another great podcast, “A Better Life?” from Feet in 2 Worlds, winner of multiple awards for journalism about and by immigrants. This clip features a conversation with a couple in Miami rec…
 
On June 29, 2020, in the case Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Supreme Court held in a five-to-four decision that the statutory provision limiting the President’s authority to remove the director of the CFPB violated the Constitution by infringing on the President’s powers to execute the laws. The opinion provides guida…
 
This episode is an interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin, founder and former Executive Director of the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center which later became the National Immigrant Justice Center (www.immigrantjustice.org), and an Adjunct Faculty member at DePaul University’s College of Law and The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. He responds to the fe…
 
This school year is proving to be unlike any other. Teaching might be a nightmare in schools doing hybrid learning, a success for those doing virtual learning, or vice versa. It all depends on which school district you're in and what resources and funding you might be able to access. So what's the experience been like so far for the teachers trying…
 
Miranda July’s third feature film is “Kajillionaire,” a heist movie centered on a dysfunctional family, and her first with a Hollywood star like Evan Rachel Wood. Like most of her work, it can be classified as a comedy, but just barely. “There’s some kind of icky, heartbreaking, subterranean feelings about family that I would not willingly have gon…
 
This is a replay of a special bonus live episode from the National Constitution Center. Dahlia Lithwick in conversation with Jeffrey Rosen about his 2019 book Conversations With RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Life, Love, Liberty, and Law. Podcast production by Sara Burningham, with thanks to the National Constitution Center. Slate’s Amicus on Facebook…
 
This Presidential race is a battle for the soul and the future of the country—on this much, both parties agree—and yet the pitfalls in the election process itself are vast. David Remnick runs through some of the risks to your vote with a group of staff writers: Sue Halpern on the possibility of hacking by malign actors; Steve Coll on the contention…
 
In their new book, Law and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative State, Harvard Law professors Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule mount a defense of the federal government's maze of policymaking agencies and departments -- institutions that many critics say operate outside of the nation's constitutional architecture and any meaningful democratic c…
 
For Premium Members, email: info@ImmigrationLawyersToolbox.com Interview with Immigration Lawyer & Podcaster Kevin Gregg Guest Info: https://www.kktplaw.com/attorney/gregg-kevin-a/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kgregg-kktp/ Podcast: https://immigrationreview.buzzsprout.com/ SPECIAL OFFER: Mention the Immigration Lawyers Toolbox for 2 Months…
 
In their new book, Law and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative State, Harvard Law professors Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule mount a defense of the federal government’s maze of policymaking agencies and departments — institutions that many critics say operate outside of the nation’s constitutional architecture and any meaningful democratic co…
 
In January, Dahlia Lithwick spoke to Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the women of Harvard Law School’s class of 1959. Slate Plus members heard the interview in August as part of our feature on the women of Ginsburg’s class. We’re now making it publicly available for the first time. Go to Slate.com/RBG for more on all the women of the class. To support ou…
 
This Presidential race is a battle for the soul and the future of the country—on this much, both parties agree—and yet the pitfalls in the election process itself are vast. David Remnick runs through some of the risks to your vote with a group of staff writers: Sue Halpern on the possibility of hacking by malign actors; Steve Coll on the contention…
 
The movie industry is hurting. Most theaters in the U.S. are still shut down, and who knows when—or if—audiences will pack into theaters again. Adam B. Vary and Angelique Jackson of Variety talk about the state of the movie industry and how it's adapted, for better or worse, in this pandemic. Also, Sam talks to actor LeVar Burton about reading, why…
 
Chef Shanita McAfee-Bryant is expanding horizons with her new project, The Prospect, and shining a spotlight on Black chefs with her new video podcast series The Conversation. She talks with Lindsay and Jill about how she’s managing it all in the midst of a pandemic. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.…
 
It’s been a long and difficult summer full of cancelled vacations, sweaty face masks, and a lack of new episodes from your favorite Law360 Supreme Court podcast, The Term. But we’re back with a new season on Sept. 24, starting with a special episode on Supreme Court clerks, then moving on to the blockbuster high court cases we’ll be watching. So if…
 
dotEDU returns for a second season with Jon Fansmith, Sarah Spreitzer, and ACE’s newest co-host, Mushtaq Gunja. They discuss the state of higher ed policymaking, or the lack of it, as legislators gear up for the election. Later, Sarah and Jon are joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, filmmaker, and immigration rights activist, Jose Antonio V…
 
Interview w/ Jared Jaskot, Esq. Guest Bio: https://jaskot.abogado/english/who-we-are/ SPECIAL OFFER: Mention the Immigration Lawyers Toolbox for 2 Months Free Trial of the Immigration Chatbox: https://yotengo.bot/!!! Email: jared@jaskot.law LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jared-jaskot-115b36152/ Audio Podcast Link: https://immigrationlawyersp…
 
In an election year, media coverage focusses overwhelmingly on federal elections—races for the Senate, House, and, above all, the Presidency. But, in November, voters across the country will also cast their votes for governors and state legislators, officials who exercise enormous power over the lives of their constituents. Daniel Squadron, a forme…
 
Reporter Tina Vasquez tells Ali about her work as a movement journalist and her work building trust within the communities she reports on, including the Black immigrant community. Tina is a senior reporter at Prism — a BIPOC-focused media outlet whose news team is 100% led by women of color — where she leads coverage of both gender justice and work…
 
Larry Wilmore has a resume that could rival pretty much anyone's in Hollywood. Name a show and he probably had his hands in it. He created The Bernie Mac Show, co-created Insecure, wrote for shows like In Living Color, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and The Office, and served as the "Senior Black Correspondent" on The Daily Show. He also had his own …
 
The German composer Richard Wagner had an enormous influence not only on modern music but on artists of all stripes, and on political culture as well. His use of folkloric material to create modern epics won him the admiration of thinkers like W. E. B. Du Bois, and made him popular in Hollywood since the birth of film. Alex Ross, whose new book is …
 
Across the South and well beyond, cities and states have been removing their Confederate monuments, recognizing their power as symbols of America’s foundational racism. In the town of Easton, Maryland, in front of the picturesque courthouse, there’s a statue known as the Talbot Boys. It depicts a young soldier holding a Confederate battle flag, and…
 
What is Bill Barr doing, and why is he doing it? Donald Ayer, former U.S. attorney and principal deputy solicitor general in the Reagan administration and deputy attorney general under George H.W. Bush, on the attorney general’s ideology, how it predates Trumpism, and why it’s so dangerous. In the Slate Plus segment, Mark Joseph Stern breaks down t…
 
Across the South and well beyond, cities and states have been removing their Confederate monuments, recognizing their power as symbols of America’s foundational racism. In the town of Easton, Maryland, in front of the picturesque courthouse, there’s a statue known as the Talbot Boys. It depicts a young soldier holding a Confederate battle flag, and…
 
The smoke, the flames, the creepy orange and red skies. It's fire season out west and it's already one for the books. Sam talks a resident of Napa County, CA, who had to flee her home because of the fires. Then he's joined by New York Times opinion writer Farhad Manjoo, who is convinced this is the end of California as we know it. Finally, comedian…
 
Jiayang Fan immigrated to the United States from China at age seven. Her mother, who had been a doctor, cleaned houses in Greenwich, Connecticut, so that Jiayang could attend good schools. In 2011, Jiayang’s mother was diagnosed with A.L.S., and Jiayang oversaw her care as her condition worsened. This year, when the COVID{:.small}-19 lockdown threa…
 
Jennifer Paul Cohen, a member of the City Bar’s Bioethical Issues Committee, interviews Dr. James Colgrove, professor of Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and Dean of the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program at Columbia's School of General Studies, and Dr. Llew Keltner, Chief Executive Officer of EPISTAT…
 
Interview w/ Immigration Lawyer Andrew M. Wilson Guest Bio: https://www.lippes.com/team/andrew-m-wilson-86#:~:text=Wilson,-BUFFALO&text=Mr.,completing%20specific%20transactions%20and%20filings. Email: AWILSON@LIPPES.COM LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/usimmigrationlaw/ Audio Podcast Link: https://immigrationlawyerspodcast.libsyn.com/episode-1…
 
This week Ali talks to Abdi Nor Iftin, bestselling author of “Call Me American: A Memoir.” Originally from Somalia, Abdi left the dangers of his home country only to be confronted with the harsh realities of racism in the U.S. Abdi spoke to Ali about improving the visibility and accessibility of Black immigrant stories, and his advice to non-Black …
 
As one of the lawyers who won the Gomez v. Trump case, I wanted to make sure that everyone is up-to-date on the lastest news and processing information. This episode was broadcast on my Facebook Live page to address the Department of State's instructions on DV2020 applicants, how the lawsuit allows ALL selectees to process (not just Plaintiffs), an…
 
Poet Claudia Rankine is back with a new book called Just Us: An American Conversation. Much like her acclaimed 2014 book of poetry, Citizen: An American Lyric, her new volume offers an unflinching examination of race and racism in the United States — this time in conversations with friends and strangers. Guest host Audie Cornish talks to Rankine ab…
 
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