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  • The Department's Office of Legal Immigration has contracted with consultants to help recruit and retain those workers.
  • That was the subject of a panel discussion at the GNDC Policy Summit.
  • Arik Spencer says there is more work to do.
  • When war broke out in Europe in 1914, President Wilson announced that the United States would remain neutral. Most Americans supported this policy. The country did not want to become embroiled in a foreign war. Wilson was reelected in 1914, running on his slogan, “He Kept Us Out of War.” But public opinion gradually shifted against Germany, and Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war in April 1917. He stated that “The world must be made safe for democracy.”
  • A traditional funeral song.
  • Germans from Russia talk about why their ancestors came.
  • Tuesday, July 20, 2021 - With Lutheran Social Services closing, the resettlement efforts for refugees in North Dakota has been taken up by Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services. Here to discuss the changeover and the outlook for resettlements in North Dakota is the director of the program, Dan Hannaher. ~~~ Correcting myths and looking at the evolution of Native American identity over the last 400 years is the mission of The 400 Years Project, a pictorial collection of Native American life. It includes original photos, text essays and a digital library of Native photographers from the mid-1800s to the present. Project founders Sarah Stacke, Sheena Brings Plenty and Brian Adams want to address colonization while centering the Native voice.
  • While the debate over immigration continues to divide the country, in North Dakota, President Trump's tough approach has received solid support. A group…
  • Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act in 1862. This act opened up 270 million acres of land to homesteaders. Individuals who were 21 and the head of a…
  • Ermina Jelovac from Bosnia exposes the almost overnight change in her neighbors during the war. Now, for the past 16 years, she’s lived in a relatively…