What should the USA do about illegal immigrants?

The United States of America built its foundation through immigrants. We have formed a country where opportunities are possible. Illegal immigrants should be given an opportunity to become legal citizens of the United States of America because they provide an opportunity to create jobs for other people, most immigrants have higher motivation to excel in … Read more

Women, slaves and immigrants – three groups that faced marginalization

There were primarily three groups whose emotions, purposes, and objectives were not addressed at all, and they were women, slaves, and immigrants. They all faced a great amount of marginalization by the government, other groups, and white men. Women were not considered important in any way during the Reconstruction period. They were not allowed to … Read more

Advancing equality for women, immigrants, and African Americans

Through activism, war, and forced exposure, freedom expanded to more groups during the Abolition of Slavery and the Progressive Era because conflict was the engine of progress to create social change during these moments in American history. Women, immigrants, and African Americans were given more liberty during these periods due to the events that took … Read more

Immigration on the border (US)

At the forefront of U.S politics, immigration on the border continues to be a pressing, yet complicated political issue. Although politicians consistently debate over what path our country should take towards our borders, a bipartisan solution seems completely unforeseeable in the near future. While Democrats work towards a less restrictive, more welcoming national landscape, Republicans … Read more

Negative implications of globalization on immigration, labor and gender

Globalization continues to be a study with great controversy among scholars. There are disputes over the origin and overall definition of globalization (Turner and Holton 130). Understanding globalization is crucial to how it is used and interpreted in our society according to Scholte (67). This study has been used to explain cultural, economic, political, religious, … Read more

Immigrant Motivations: Push and Pull Factors

Immigration has shaped the United States as a nation since the first newcomers arrived over 400 years ago. America has been known to be a nation of immigrants. Most immigrants viewed America as the “Land of Opportunity.” Back in the mid-19th century to the early 20th century immigrants mostly from eastern and westerns Europe were … Read more

Immigration – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (D.A.C.A)

Immigration. Americans think of it as Mexicans, African Americans, and even Latinos crossing the Mexican-American border into the states and stealing American jobs for themselves because they can’t support themselves or their families.1 This program stands for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The D.A.C.A program is classified as the first step towards stopping these … Read more

Democratic & Republican on gun control, abortion, immigration, environment

Political parties are a historic centerpiece of American politics that have created a variety of different opinions on issues in modern society. After carefully reviewing the dual parties, Democratic & Republican, that our democracy utilizes, I am in support of the Republican party as a representation of my own beliefs. As stated by RepublicanViews.org, “The … Read more