The author provides insight on the immigrants who have been detained in the post-9/11 era, and the harsh realities they face. A look at where philanthropy has made a difference and where opportunities for funding remain are also detailed.
What happens when collaboration takes shape among 66 grantees, 27 funders, and $6 million? The lessons learned in Chicago are in this issue. There is also a glance at a report on capacity-building strategies for small immigrant organizations, a review of Web-based information on international...
This issue examines new challenges for the immigrants' rights field, explores the impact of economic downturns on immigrants, and provides compelling fast facts on immigrants and refugees in the United States. There is a review of The California Endowment's report The Bounty of Food: the Poverty of...
Human trafficking is a global issue, with nearly 27 million people being held in forced labor around the world, including the United States. This article outlines the issue of human trafficking and looks at ways that funders can have an impact.
The inaugural issue of New Americans highlights the Central Valley Partnership, an initiative of the California-based James Irvine Foundation, and the Colorado Trust's new $7 million Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Families Initiative. A perspective on immigration from the James Irvine Foundation...