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Date January 14, 2022

Dr. Frank Morris Praises ‘Back of the Hiring Line’ in Chicago Tribune Op-ed

Dr. Frank Morris, Sr. is the former executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, a research organization founded by the Congressional Black Caucus to research political issues directly affecting Black Americans. He is a retired professor and former dean of graduate students at Morgan State University. Dr. Morris has long been involved in the … Continued

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Date December 6, 2021

Quality of life is challenging to maintain when our population is on the rise

Buckeye, Arizona is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. There are numerous reasons why, but according to Rocket Mortgage, it’s in part because residents can “find a corner of town that feels like home in the Phoenix metro, which has a population of nearly five million people.” Between the small town charm … Continued

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Date December 3, 2021

Work Visa Programs Diminish Black Labor Prospects

As Black unemployment persists at high rates, data mounts on how visa programs work to keep Americans, and Blacks in particular, un- and under-employed. Pamela Denise Long and Miriam Jordan took on this troubling reality in recently published articles. Long asks “Should Black Americans Champion Immigration?” for her October Newsweek opinion piece 一 then probes … Continued

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Date November 2, 2020

Mandatory E-Verify Could Help End Tragic Deaths at the Border

The New York Times feature “How U.S. Policy Turned the Sonoran Desert Into a Graveyard for Migrants” by James Verini published late this summer profiles 23 year old Roberto Primero Luis, a “cheerful, studious and devout” barbershop entrepreneur in Guatemala who tragically died, dehydrated and exhausted, while traversing the Sonoran Desert in an attempt to … Continued

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Date October 13, 2020

Encouraging Agency Action to Protect American Workers

While unemployment in the United States remains high, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) have taken the novel step of actually moving to protect American jobs for American workers. It is novel because a review of past agency actions in prior Administrations will offer scant evidence that … Continued

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Date September 11, 2019

We Unveil First 2020 Rating for Top Democratic Candidates

Let’s get beyond impressions and general attitudes about the Democratic front-runners’ positions on immigration issues. Our Prez Grid focuses on the 7 candidates whose Real Clear Politics average polling number exceeded the 2% mark on Sep. 1. That includes in alphabetical order Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Andrew … Continued

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Date September 5, 2019

How Much Nature Should America Keep?

We lose a football field worth of nature every 30 seconds in the United States. We add an NFL football stadium worth of people every ten days. You don’t have to be an environmental scientist or demographer to see the connection. Even with our efforts to reduce our individual footprints, our collective feet are stomping … Continued

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Date September 5, 2019

We Say it Often, Numbers Count. And Here’s An Example of Why

Add Ecuador to a growing list of South American countries beginning to close or significantly restrict mass migration spilling over their borders, a tragic consequence of the chaos and corruption that has plunged over 90% of Venezuela’s population into poverty. It is estimated that by the end of this year, over 5 million Venezuelens will … Continued

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Date April 24, 2016

How many gumballs does it take to turn a head at the largest Earth Day expo in the world?

In some ways, NumbersUSA is the Organization That Gumballs Built (see the Gumballs Video that launched us in 1996). So it is fitting that we are flying our gumball colors high in the world’s largest Earth Day expo here at the Texas State Fairgrounds with our 7-foot-tall gumball machine. As an organization with “numbers” in our name, … Continued

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