Originally published 08/07/2017
The poem was engraved onto a plaque placed on the pedestal in 1903 — nearly two decades after the statue was unveiled — and that the monument wasn't always associated with immigration.
Originally published 08/03/2017
The Trump aide ventured into literary criticism from the White House podium Wednesday. Too bad he didn't know what he was talking about.
Originally published 02/02/2017
It’s about a different refugee crisis than the one we face now, but it’s every bit as relevant.
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