Frederick Douglass on Our Composite Nation

In an 1869 speech in Boston, Frederick Douglass advocated the acceptance of Chinese immigration. Excerpts: I am especially to speak to you of the character and mission of the United States, with special reference to the question whether we are the better or the worse...

Drive-Through Naturalization

From the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Federal judges in the Motor City are embracing a novel approach to welcoming people eager to take their citizenship oaths in the age of coronavirus: Drive-through naturalization ceremonies. This month in Detroit,...