Immigration

Quarterly Soccer Magazine Focuses on Immigration in First Issue

Imagine2050 contributor Tom Dunmore, along with writers John Turnbull, David Keys and designer Joseph Liam Murtaugh, recently created a new quarterly magazine about soccer in North America titled XI. XI aims to discuss in-depth the game’s diversity and cultural reach … Continued

Chicago Fire Fans Unveil Banner in Support of Gay Community

Last night, fans of the Major League Soccer (MLS) club Chicago Fire unveiled a massive banner displaying the rich diversity of the club’s city, supporters and team. The banner featured the Chicago skyline with a backdrop of the rainbow flag … Continued

Who Kris Kobach Is Really Spending His Time With

Last month, activists in Kansas received the Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s calendar documenting his meetings and other engagements during his first year in office. As reported by Imagine2050 after it was released to the public, Kobach’s calendar was full … Continued

Immigration

Muslim Woman Brutally Murdered in California Hate Crime

Last Wednesday, Shaima Alawadi, an Iraqi immigrant and mother of five was brutally beaten to death in her California home in what is likely a racially-motivated attack. She was taken off life support and died on Sunday. According to her … Continued

Kevin DeAnna Walks Away From YWC

Last week Kevin DeAnna, the founder of Youth for Western Civilization (YWC), announced that he is leaving the group. Since its introduction into the conservative movement in 2009, YWC has been widely criticized for its associations with white nationalists and … Continued

ProEnglish’s Continued Creep Into the Extreme-Right

Since its inception, anti-immigrant group ProEnglish has been attached at the hip to white nationalism. Its founder, white nationalist John Tanton, started the group after leaving his other English-only project, US English, in disgrace after a racially charged memo written … Continued

FAIR State Contact DA King Solicits Funds Via Organization Run by White Nationalist

Over the past few years, many non-profit and volunteer organizations have had huge financial problems, experiencing the trickledown effect of the credit crisis. Anti-immigrant groups in America are also feeling the squeeze, including the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society (DIS). DIS … Continued

Cross-Post: Year of the Immigrant

Originally posted on the‘Campaign Stops’ blog of the New York Times Opinion Pages on January 12. Although everyone is talking about the presidential election this year, I am much more excited about the role of immigrants in the politics of … Continued