Lisette knows all about living in fear. "It was horrible, like being trapped. I was afraid if I got pulled over when driving I’d get deported and separated from my family."


In 2015, OneAmerica will focus on legislation that seeks to redress issues of inequality due to Climate Change, pass a Washington Voting Rights Act


Making sure our communities have a safe, clean environment is crucial to the advancement and integration of immigrant and refugee communities in America.


Since our founding, OneAmerica has been dedicated to improving education to ensure equity and quality for all students and building an educational system that is reflective of our asset-rich and ve

By Pavan Vangipuram
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By Pavan Vangipuram
, Mon. Jun. 22 | 10:26 PM
On Wednesday, June 17, in a racially-motivated shooting, a young white suspect killed 9 parishioners during a service at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.More
By Pavan Vangipuram
, Fri. Jun. 12 | 8:04 PM
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, Tue. May. 5 | 8:59 PM
Melitina Florentina Quiroz and her husband Silviano have lived in the United States for several decades – Sliviano arrived in 1979, and his wife joined him in 1995.More

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