Tag Archives: Immigration in Iowa

How to Support Immigrants In Your Community

This was passed along to us from Anne Spencer at strongwomenjoco@gmail.com, a group of activists in Iowa City.   At our Immigration Issues event on Wednesday 10/18/17, attendees heard from a very knowledgeable and active panel of strong women who are … Continue reading

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Progressives Analyze Steve King’s So-Called Freedom Summit

ProgressIowa 2016 Watch: National, Local Experts To Preview Steve King’s ‘Freedom Summit’ Today Des Moines, Iowa — Today, national and local experts will preview the Freedom Summit being held on Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa. Potential [Republican] presidential candidates will … Continue reading

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Iowa Forms Sixth LULAC Council

(EDITOR’S NOTE: While some seek to disenfranchise U.S. citizens, others are registering voters. On Aug. 4, the League of Latin American Citizens of Iowa (LULAC) announced formation of its sixth council in Storm Lake in Buena Vista County. Iowa’s other … Continue reading

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Walk For Immigration Reform To Be Held In Des Moines

From BFIA’s inbox today, a note from Bob Krause: Dear Democratic Friend, We as Iowa Democrats need to to consider ourselves as Latinos for just one day on Saturday, June 15. That is when people from across Iowa will gather … Continue reading

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