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The Border Project: Detained
The Department of Homeland Security held more than 380,000 immigrants in custody at 350 facilities nationwide in 2009 alone.
The Border Project: Defying danger, immigrants flow into U.S.
Elisa Lagos reports from the Mexico/Arizona border trail.
The Border Project: Latinos against illegal immigration
Not all Latinos support illegal immigration. Amanda Van Allen reports from Nogales and Tempe, Arizona.
The Border Project: Businesses on both sides struggle
Amanda Palesencia reports from Nogales Arizona and Mexico.
Homeless find strength in spirituality
Faith in a higher power provides a constant source of strength to countless people living on the streets.
Haiti Earthquake: A Haitian church mobilizes
Some community-based organizations in New York City are sending independent convoys to scout for family members.
Yorkville pantry helps hungry New Yorkers
As many New York families prepare to celebrate the holiday season, a stagnant national economy means less money to put food on the table. In New York City alone, the jobless rate has hit 10 percent.
Homeless Iraq War vet begs for change on subway
There are more than 200,000 veterans living on streets and in shelters across the country. Many of those veterans also suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, a mental illness that affects people exposed to extreme violence.
Holiday protest on Park Avenue
Santa Claus and a band of activist delivered an early Christmas present yesterday to Blackstone Inc. The Corporations wants to build coal fired plants near their homes.
Raising HIV Awareness in Harlem
With the number of new HIV cases in Harlem rising at an alarming rate, the African Hope Committee targets the West African immigrant community in an education outreach and aid organization.