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Doe case, the Supreme Court ruled that the law was unjust because it denied students the equal protection of the laws guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment and because it penalized children for the actions of their parents.


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Even the four dissenting justices expressed their disapproval of the discriminatory law. Plyler v. Doe does not legally extend to higher education. But its arguments, and the language used to support the decision, do apply, both morally and practically.

A Shattered Dream: A New Immigrant’s Life Story

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Robbins wrote about the Statue of Liberty with nostalgia for more welcoming times:. To the throngs of homeless newcomers who viewed her from Castle Garden and, after , from Ellis Island, she seemed a Lady Bountiful bidding them welcome to a land of freedom; a goddess indeed….

In their toll they saw her as she had awaited them at the end of their voyage, a symbol and a promise. Native-born Americans can hardly know what the statue meant, and still means, to folk who once were strangers within our gates. He popularized the poem, ceaselessly quoting it in his writing.

When Miss Lazarus wrote her poem, there were few who wished to dim the torch. Millions were yet to come overseas, to sweat in mill, mine and factory, to climb upward in the democratic whirl and dust. The millions will not come again.

US dream shattered, Indians land in Delhi after deportation from Mexico - The Economic Times

Our help and encouragement must go overseas to them. But we will have fallen from our high estate if there is not still a welcome here for the bravest and the hardest-pressed. Indian immigrants are grateful for the welcome they have received in their American communities. They are proud to call America their home! They continue to live around and work closely with many Americans.

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And, together they all work together towards common causes and goals!