Category Archives: International

Alabama immigration law upheld: What effect will it have on children?

Last Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn of the Northern District of Alabama ruled on key portions of Alabama’s strict new immigration law. Several provisions of the legislation make Alabama’s HB 56 stricter than Arizona’s controversial immigration law. Judge Blackburn blocked several provisions of the law from taking effect, including a prohibition on allowing […]

Remembering Omar Khadr – The Youngest Prisoner at Guantanimo

September 11, 2011 marks the 10 year anniversary of the most tragic, terrorist attack on American soil. Many Americans lost their lives, including 8 children aboard UA Flight 175 and AA Flight 77. Another child whose life was changed forever by 9/11 was Omar Khadr, a Canadian boy who at 15 years old on July […]