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Nativism and Immigration

May 3, 2017

An anti-Catholic editorial cartoon from 1943From the earliest days of European colonialism to the present, tensions between so-called nativists and immigrants have been a recurring theme in American history. During colonial times and in the United States’ first decades, nativist… View Article

Immigration Act of 1990

May 3, 2017

Passed by the 101st Congress and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush, the 1990 Immigration and Nationality Act made significant adjustments to the immigration policies established by the landmark Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. Want to sign… View Article

These Notable American Artists Were Also Immigrants

May 3, 2017

One of the most famous American historical paintings, of George Washington Crossing the Delaware on the eve of the battles of Princeton and Trenton, was painted by the German-born artist Emanuel Leutze in 1851. Born in Wurtemberg in 1816, Leutze… View Article

Presidential Speeches on Immigration

May 3, 2017

“I esteem foreigners no better than other people, nor any worse. They are all of the great family of men, and if there is one shackle upon any of them, it would be far better to lift the load from… View Article

The Road Ahead

February 6, 2017

We are embarking on an era of immense uncertainty for U.S. immigration programs. Whether you are an immigrant who has lived in the United States for years, or you dream of contributing your talents to this country for the first time,…… View Article

Why I Founded Boundless

January 30, 2017

My dad and mom on their first day in the United States, spent by a friend’s poolAt the age of three, I went on an airplane with my grandparents — the first time for all of us — and flew… View Article

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