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Category: Téa’s Coffee

Téa’s Coffee: AAPI Heritage Month

In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, this Think Table issue shines a light on the many ways that the AAPI community contributed to America’s economy and society.

Téa’s Coffee: DREAMers & Higher Education

Only 5-10% of DREAMers go to college each year, because most of them cannot access financial resources. DREAMers are banned from the federal government financial aid such as Pell grants, and there are several U.S. states that prohibit them from attending in-state tuition despite graduating high school in that state.

Téa’s Coffee: Immigrant Women & Girls

Its women’s history month in the US and March 8th is international women’s day, but immigrant women are often forgotten, despite being huge drivers of the economy and our society. Nonetheless, immigrant women are breaking through…and this Think Table celebrates their success.

Téa’s Coffee: Biden & Immigration Reform

Is this ‘the’ moment for long-awaited comprehensive immigration reform? Congress has tried before, but there has not been a comprehensive overhaul of our immigration system since the late 1980s!

Is this ‘the’ moment for long-awaited comprehensive immigration reform? Congress has tried before, but there has not been a comprehensive overhaul of our immigration system since the late 1980s!

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Video: Immigrants
& Our Elections

Since the year 2000, the size of the immigrant electorate nearly doubled. And it will only keep growing. What does that mean for American politics?

While we’re focused on the polarization of our recent elections, something important is happening: the size of the immigrant electorate is growing.

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