Author: nkline

News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , March 7th, 2016


US News Medical and mental health experts push the Ninth Circuit Court to end Family Immigration Detention, emphasizing that detention exacerbates existing health problems and trauma and inflicts…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , February 15th, 2016


US News Researchers at the University of Michigan found that children born in the US to immigrant parents have more difficulty finding a “medical home” or stable, family-oriented…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , January 19th, 2016


US News According to immigrant rights advocates, unannounced deportation raids jeopardize undocumented immigrants’ mental health. These raids possibly violate federal disability law because many imm…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , December 17th, 2015


US News More than 500 people and families from the Fresno area enrolled for free legal and health care assistance at an event at the Mexican consulate. With…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , November 16th, 2015


US News According to recent reports, despite the push to get more people enrolled under Obamacare, 962,805 residents in New York City still remain uninsured out of which…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , October 16th, 2015


US News New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to introduce a multimillion-dollar initiative called Direct Access that has been aimed to create a type of…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , October 16th, 2015


US News New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to introduce a multimillion-dollar initiative called Direct Access that has been aimed to create a type of…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , October 7th, 2015


US News The U.S. Agency for International Development is set to direct $419 million in humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees and is now committed to spending $4.5 billion…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , October 7th, 2015


US News The U.S. Agency for International Development is set to direct $419 million in humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees and is now committed to spending $4.5 billion…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , September 30th, 2015


US News  430,000 Immigrants have lost their health insurance because the US Department of Health and Human Services sent confusing document requests on what to provide in order…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , September 30th, 2015


US News  430,000 Immigrants have lost their health insurance because the US Department of Health and Human Services sent confusing document requests on what to provide in order…


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Asylum-Seekers for Sale

nkline , July 9th, 2015


Nora Gottlieb In early April 2015, the Israeli government confirmed that it had struck an unusual deal with the government of Rwanda. In return for “millions of dollars…


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Asylum-Seekers for Sale – Nora Gottlieb

nkline , July 9th, 2015


Nora Gottlieb In early April 2015, the Israeli government confirmed that it had struck an unusual deal with the government of Rwanda. In return for “millions of dollars…


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Arguing for Alliances: Why Business and Religious Leaders Should Promote Migrant Health Care – Ryan I. Logan

nkline , May 5th, 2015


Ryan I. Logan In June 2013, from a top-floor meeting room at the Indianapolis headquarters of pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company, I witnessed an unusual alliance of…


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Arguing for Alliances: Why Business and Religious Leaders Should Promote Migrant Health Care – Ryan I. Logan

nkline , May 5th, 2015


Ryan I. Logan In June 2013, from a top-floor meeting room at the Indianapolis headquarters of pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company, I witnessed an unusual alliance of…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , February 16th, 2015


U.S. News Connecting civil rights, policy, and health, scholarly work on how immigrants’ health declines the longer they live in the United States suggests a policy need to…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , February 16th, 2015


U.S. News Connecting civil rights, policy, and health, scholarly work on how immigrants’ health declines the longer they live in the United States suggests a policy need to…


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Call for Papers, AAA 2015

nkline , February 11th, 2015


Call for Papers for Executive Session Submission: Policing, Estrangement, and Social Inequalities: Denaturalizing Law Enforcement and Police-based Governance 2015 American Anthropological Association …


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Call for Papers, AAA 2015

nkline , February 11th, 2015


Call for Papers for Executive Session Submission: Policing, Estrangement, and Social Inequalities: Denaturalizing Law Enforcement and Police-based Governance 2015 American Anthropological Association …


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From Alienation to Protection: Central American Child Migration – Heide Castañeda, Lauren Heidbrink, and Kristin Yarris

nkline , September 5th, 2014


 Heide Castañeda, Lauren Heidbrink, and Kristin Yarris During the summer of 2014, the eyes of the United States – indeed, the world – turned their gaze on the…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , July 28th, 2014


U.S. News Responding to rampant gang violence in Honduras, the Obama administration is considering a proposal to screen minors there to see if they can enter the U.S….


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , May 21st, 2014


U.S. News A recent study finds that undocumented youth, known as the “Dreamers,” are becoming increasingly disenchanted with political parties in the US. Attorney General Eric Holder and…


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News Round Up In-Brief

nkline , May 6th, 2014


U.S. News A 12-year-old girl, Noemi Álvarez Quillay, committed suicide in a children’s shelter on the border after she was picked up by police in Juárez on her…


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