America’s Got Global Talent!

October 28, 2011 | Topics: Immigration Policy

By Rachel Banks

Every fall, winners are announced for prestigious awards like the MacArthur Foundation Fellowships (colloquially referred to as “Genius Grants”) and the Nobel Prizes. The lists of recipients each year highlight a well-spring of talent based in the United States. They also highlight just how often global mobility and immigration play a role in sustaining this stellar track record of accomplishment.... See More

Partners in the Fight for Immigration Reform that Moves America Forward

September 29, 2011 | Topics: Immigration Policy

By Heather Stewart

When it comes to advocating for comprehensive immigration reform, we often see only the difficult politics and the slow pace of progress. But sometimes we get a glimpse of hope, some concrete evidence that our efforts are making a difference, that we are being heard, and that others are taking up the cause and amplifying the energy and volume around this critical issue.... See More