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Advocacy and Community Information: Immigration
A Discussion of the Current Definition of Migrant Used in Migant and Community Health Centers
On many occasions, MCN staff has heard from colleagues in the area of migrant health that the official legislated definition of a Migrant or Seasonal Farmworker used in HRSA funded health centers is not representative of the population now being served in many M/CHCs. In order to have a clearer understanding of the opinions held by our colleagues, MCN initiated a 3 week-long survey in June, 2006 to gather information from individuals providing direct health services about the possible strengths or weaknesses of the definition of migrant currently in use. Here are the results.
- Survey Discussion.pdf( 436.79 Kb )
Mobile Voices (VozMob) is a platform for immigrant workers and / or low income can create stories about their lives and communities directly from their mobile phones. Each week the team discusses popular media stories, develops and shares knowledge, designs the system, and creates training tools. The communication equipment is made popular by day laborers, domestic workers, and youth volunteers have taken very seriously the role of writing their own history. We also meet every week at USC to develop research on the project.
Americans’ Views on Illegal Immigrants THE NEW YORK TIMES/CBS NEWS POLL
Summary of the June 2012 article from the New York Times on American attitudes toward immigration.
Connecting Eligible Immigrant Families to Health Coverage and Care: Key Lessons from Outreach and Enrollment Workers
Issue Brief Co-Authored by Health Outreach Partners and the Kaiser Family Foundation
Information provided by the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured
Publication Number: 8249
Publish Date: 2011-10-27
Deported Immigrants Still Entitled to Workers' Compensation
The Superior Court in the State of Delaware ruled that an undocumented worker who had been deported was entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits to cover medical costs incurred due to an injury sustained on the job while in the US.
- Del.valley Fieldv Ramirez.pdf( 17,296.98 Kb )
Poll: Arizona voters support Dream Act
An April 2012 article from the Arizona Republic citing poll data on attitudes toward immigration in the state.
- Dream Act--az Support Strongly--april 12.doc( 332.80 Kb )
Pueblo, USA, How Latino Immigration is Changing America
A production from American Radio Works that focuses on the impact of Latino immigration in America. It's sinking in among Americans that the nation's largest wave of immigration did not happen a century ago. It's happening now. About 35 million of us were born in other countries. That's one in eight residents of the United States. Immigrants come from all over the globe, but Latino immigration is remaking the country. And not just on the coasts and in the Southwest.
The Silent Crisis: How to Do Outreach in an Anti-Immigrant Climate
This resource for Outreach Programs provides ideas and resources for how to do outreach in an anti-immigrant climate by addressing specific barriers, providing strategies, and listing resources.It is provided by Health Outreach Partners in collaboration with Quincy Community Health Center, Lorena Sprager and Associates, Migrant Legal Action Program, and attendees from the 2011 and 2012 Western Migrant Stream Forums (WMSF).
A weblog about the business of immigrant work: employment, compensation, legal protections, education, mobility, and public policy.