Two federally recognized tribes in Connecticut this week announced they’ve chosen a site in East Windsor for a third casino. The next step is getting approval from the legislature.
More than a million Vietnamese refugees have come to the U.S. in the decades that followed their civil war; more than 65,000 Vietnamese make New England home. Syrians are another massive wave of people dislocated by war. These two very different cultures share a common experience, yet through literature and poetry, one Vietnamese refugee who grew up in Hartford is making the experience universal.
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There’s no one in Massachusetts more in President Donald Trump’s corner than state Representative Geoff Diehl.
In his essay published by the Massachusetts Review, J. Malcolm Garcia tells the story of four honorably discharged United States veterans. Legal immigrants, they were welcomed into the U.S. military. But after their service, the vets got into trouble and were deported.