Last year, the White House issued an executive order barring the deportation of high school students whose parents came to this country illegally. They were encouraged to apply for a special immigration status that could, ultimately, lead to citizenship. Now, seven of those students are suing to qualify for in-state tuition at Virginia’s public colleges and universities.
Campaign communication about immigration reform has an effect on voters from a variety of backgrounds. That’s part of the analysis of an exit poll conducted statewide after this week’s vote in Virginia.
The faces of immigration reform can be seen on the outside of a downtown Roanoke building.
Three foot high photos of men, women, boys and girls, are glued onto the wall in nice, neat rows. It’s part of the Inside Out 11M Public Art Project. The 11 M stands for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U. S.