The history and basis for discrimination is highlighted in a Science News article about a new exhibit at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris.
ProPublica published a very insightful interview with Alan Bersin. He “served in several key posts in the Department of Homeland Security, including as acting commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, the force of 58,000 employees that includes the U.S. Border Patrol as well as CBP officers guarding air, land and sea ports of entry. He … [Read more…]
San Bernardino Sun, 1 January 1947 Surprise Action Cuts Taxes, Ends Curb on Strikes WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (AP) – President Truman sprang a major New Year’s eve surprise today by yielding many of the government’s war powers – an action which means a $1,500,000,000 tax cut and scrapping of the biggest strike control weapon. The … [Read more…]
MACKENZIE COMES IN FOR SCORCHING Speakers Condemn Commissioners’ Report on Japanese Immigration Demand Is Made That All Orientals Be Excluded From California San Francisco Call – July 6, 1910 Edited by O. M. BOYLE The meeting last night in the Auditorium of the building trades council to protest against the alleged laxity of immigration Commissioner … [Read more…]