|The United States of Immigrants? Ilegal human beings? |
Children in prison?
Tamara chats with nationally acclaimed immigration attorney, Barbara Hines, on ACCESS News this Sunday.
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Watch a new ACCESS News on KLRU-PBS TV in Austin, Texas on Sunday, November 20th, 2011 at 1:00pm.
AUSTIN, Texas - Do you look like an American? What should an American look like? Are we a nation of immigrants? Should we build a wall around our borders? Are there too many immigration laws? Do immigrants (illegal or otherwise) pay taxes? Nationally acclaimed immigration attorney, Barbara Hines, chats with Tamara about U.S. immigration policy, the lawsuit to improve conditions for children at the Don Hutto Family Detention facility in Taylor, Texas, the Corrections Corporation of America, the Dream Act, and much more this Sunday!
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Our guests include: Jim Hightower, "America's #1 Populist"; Kathy Miller, President of the Texas Freedom Network; Barbara Hines, nationally acclaimed immigration attorney; Ken Herman, Pulitzer Prize winner and Journalist for the Austin-American Statesman; Maggie Miller, founder of DiscoverHope; Tom "Smitty" Smith, Director of Public Citizen Texas; U.S. Representative Michael McCaul; Chief of Police, Art Acevedo; Nobel Prize winner and scientist, Camille Parmesan; Peggy Kelsey, creator of the Afghan Women's Project; Michael Webber, energy expert; and Chuck Courtney from the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Participation at the University of Texas.
About Civication, Inc.
Civication, Inc. is nonpartisan, nonprofit, educational, and tax exempt under the IRS 501(c)(3), section 170(b) (1) (A) (v1), as a public charity organization whose mission is to promote civic learning and civil responsibility. The founders are Ken Hurley, Director, and Dvorah Ben-Moshe, President. Mr. Hurley and Ms. Ben-Moshe are also the Executive Producers of ACCESS News.
|About Our Major Funders|
|Funding for ACCESS News is from the Knight Community Information Challenge Grant offered through the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, advancing journalism in the digital age and investing in the vitality of communities. The Knight Foundation focuses on projects that promote informed and engaged communities and lead to transformational change.
ACCESS News is also supported by the Austin Community Foundation fostering philanthropy in Austin for 35 years. The found-ation is a unique, not-for-profit connection between donors from all walks of life and the broad spectrum of efforts that improve our evolving community. The Foundation brings an efficiency of scale to donors, allowing chari-table dollars to go as far as possible toward improving life for all Central Texans.
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