2 edition of San Francisco profile of immigrants & refugees found in the catalog.
San Francisco profile of immigrants & refugees
by Produced by the Newcomer Information Clearinghouse, International Institute of the East Bay for the San Francisco Foundation in Oakland, Calif
Written in English
|Other titles||San Francisco profile of immigrants and refugees, S.F. profile of immigrants & refugees|
|Contributions||Chu, Julie., Reed, Diane M., San Francisco Foundation., Newcomer Information Clearinghouse.|
|LC Classifications||JV6923 .C55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
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The San Francisco Business Times features local business news about San Francisco. We also provide tools to help businesses grow, network and hire. In , Reno ghost wrote the book, How to Pick Large Stocks as part of a financial advisor book series published by Simon and Schuster. Since , Reno has served as a pro bono attorney for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights in San Francisco, focusing on asylum cases to advance the rights of immigrants, refugees, and communities of color.
“San Francisco is and always will be a sanctuary city,” said Ellen Canale, a spokeswoman for Mayor Ed Lee. It was among the first U.S. cities to establish a sanctuary law in as part of a national wave of cities adopting policies to help Central American refugees. Cambodians entered the United States as refugees after a group of Cambodian Communists named Khmer Rouge, led by the French-educated Pol Pot, won a civil war that had raged from March to April and proceeded to rule the country with extraordinary brutality. In power from Ap , to January 7, , they destroyed all the major Cited by: 2.
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