Illegal Immigration

StudioTulsa
3:34 pm
Thu October 2, 2014

The Hispanic Resource Center at TCCL's Martin Regional Library Hosts a Talk by Roberto Suro

Aired on Thursday, October 2nd.

When the TCCL's Martin Regional Library opened its Hispanic Resource Center in 1999, the noted author and journalist Roberto Suro was the inaugural speaker. Now, as this facility marks its Quinceañera (or 15th Anniversary), Suro returns to the Hispanic Resource Center to talk about his latest book, "Writing Immigration: Scholars and Journalists in Dialogue," and to discuss changes in the U.S. Latino community over the past decade and a half. Suro's address is free to the public, and it happens tonight (Thursday the 2nd) at 7pm at the Martin Regional Library (2601 S. Garnett Road).

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Local & Regional
11:52 am
Thu July 31, 2014

Border Fight Helping Keep Tulsa's 'ICE' Beds Filled

South Texas problems sending some ICE detainees here
Credit File Photo-NPR

The situation with illegal juvenile immigrants along the border is having an impact here in Tulsa County. Because of conditions there and federal orders on who can and cannot be detained, Tulsa Sheriff’s Major Shannon Clark says fewer illegals in the area are being picked up and detained here.

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Local & Regional
1:36 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Beware of Scams Regarding the 'Border Kids'

Undocumented kids are being held at Ft. Sill.
Credit Fort Sill

Tulsans are being warned about scams surrounding human trafficking, especially in regard to undocumented children being held at Fort Sill. Sheriff’s Major Shannon Clark cautions citizens to be wary of groups claiming to be helping the children or any victims of human trafficking.

Clark says check out any organization soliciting funds to make sure they are legitimate before handing over any money.

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StudioTulsa
4:36 pm
Mon January 20, 2014

Rilla Askew's Latest Novel Mixes Reality with Fiction, and Illegal Immigration with Rural Oklahoma

Aired on Monday, January 20th.

(Please note: This interview first aired about a year ago.) We are happy to welcome the acclaimed author (and fifth-generation Oklahoman) Rilla Askew back to our show. Askew received a 2009 Arts and Letters Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and she is a three-time recipient of the Oklahoma Book Award. Her latest novel, "Kind of Kin," is now being published in paperback; it first appeared in hardback in early 2013. Askew joins us to chat about this work.

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StudioTulsa
1:45 pm
Fri January 4, 2013

Reality Collides with Fiction --- and Illegal Immigration, with Rural Oklahoma --- in a New Novel

Aired on Friday, January 4th.

We are happy to welcome the acclaimed author (and fifth-generation Oklahoman) Rilla Askew back to our show. Askew received a 2009 Arts and Letters Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and she is a three-time recipient of the Oklahoma Book Award. Her latest novel, "Kind of Kin," is just now being published, and she joins us on ST to chat about this work.

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