Saint Wenceslaus Day Celebration

On September 23rd, after we left the vigil in downtown Cleveland, we drove to Independence to find out more about the Tamburitza Association of America’s 2021 Extravaganza, sponsored in part by Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC, that was currently taking place at the Holiday Inn on Rockside Road and would continue through Sunday, September 24th.

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Taking part in “Run for Sewa” by Walking a 5K

On September 23rd, after we left the vigil in downtown Cleveland, we drove to Independence to find out more about the Tamburitza Association of America’s 2021 Extravaganza, sponsored in part by Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC, that was currently taking place at the Holiday Inn on Rockside Road and would continue through Sunday, September 24th.

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A Visit to the Tamburitza Association of America’s 2021 Extravaganza

On September 23rd, after we left the vigil in downtown Cleveland, we drove to Independence to find out more about the Tamburitza Association of America’s 2021 Extravaganza, sponsored in part by Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC, that was currently taking place at the Holiday Inn on Rockside Road and would continue through Sunday, September 24th.

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Vigil outside Cleveland Immigration Court

On Thursday afternoon, September 23rd, we took part in National Migration Week vigil outside of Cleveland Immigration Court at the Carl B. United States Courthouse that featured concerned speakers from many social justice organizations.

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Analysis of U.S. Involvement in Afghanistan at a CCWA forum

On Tuesday evening, September 21st, we went to the Union for a Cleveland Council of World Affairs (CCWA) foreign policy forum titled “Afghanistan’s Lessons for a More Sustainable Foreign Policy” wherein the speaker was Mr. Adam Weinstein, Research Fellow for the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft whose mission is to promote “ideas that move U.S. foreign policy away from endless war and toward vigorous diplomacy in the pursuit of international peace.”

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Justice Department Appeals DACA First-Time Applicant Ban

On Friday September 10, the U.S. Department of Justice filed an appeal against a July 10 Houston Court ruling in which first-time Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) applicants were barred from applying for the program. The suspension is blocking around 80,000 new applications from young adults who were brought to the country illegally as children – all of whom may be at risk of deportation. Those already holding DACA

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