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Public Radio International - Illinois Public Media News - May 20, 2013

Immigrant Domestic Workers Test New Ways to Settle Disputes

By Nina Porzucki, The World


(Duration: 4:43)

Anna Amoral (on the left) mediating a mock case.

On a recent Saturday afternoon, a dozen nannies and housecleaners, many of them immigrants from Brazil, gather with employers in a living room in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They snack on cheese and crackers, breaking the ice a bit before talking about talking and how to settle some of the troubles that can bubble up in domestic work.

Categories: Human Rights, Immigration

WILL - Illinois Public Media News - May 13, 2013

U of I Commencement Speaker Urges Grads to Take “Harder Road”

Shahid Khan reflected on his own success as he encouraged the Class of 2013 to chart their own futures.

By Sean Powers and Jim Meadows


(Duration: 18:13)

Shahid Khan

Billionaire businessman Shahid Khan gave the commencement address Sunday at two seperate ceremonies on the University of Illinois’ Urbana campus. 

NPR - Illinois Public Media News - May 09, 2013

In Newsrooms, Some Immigration Terms Are Going Out of Style

By David Folkenflik


(Duration: 5:04)

immigration rally

Journalists make choices all the time that influence our understanding of the news — the choice of what stories to cover, which people to interview, which words to use. And major news organizations have been reconsidering how best to describe a group of people whose very presence in this country breaks immigration law.

WILL - Illinois Public Media News - May 09, 2013

Federal Immigration Bill Would Impact Illinois Agriculture

By Sean Powers


(Duration: 7:27)

migrant worker

The immigration bill that the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to take up on Thursday includes a provision for farmworkers that shortens their waiting period for legal residency.

NPR - Illinois Public Media News - May 06, 2013

Some Democrats Back Same-Sex Amendment to Immigration Bill

By Brian Naylor

U.S. Capitol

The immigration overhaul bill before the Senate would provide, among other things, more visas for migrant farm workers and high-tech workers, and a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

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