Related Program: WBGO Journal Commentary: Treat Immigrants with Respect in 2018 By Mildred Antenor • Jan 5, 2018 Related Program: WBGO Journal TwitterFacebookGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 3:39 Commentator Mildred Antenor is uneasy about how people are treating immigrants in 2018 Mildred Antenor is a social commentator, author and a Seton Hall University professor Credit David Tallacksen for WBGO WBGO commentator Mildred Antenor talks about her concerns regarding how people treat immigrants in the United States. Mildred is a social commentator, author and Seton Hall University Professor. Tags: ImmigrationMildred AntenorMelting PotHaitian-AmericanMexicansTwitterFacebookGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content NJ Senate Condemns Trump's Immigration Orders By Phil Gregory • Feb 6, 2017 Phil Gregory The New Jersey Senate has approved symbolic resolutions condemning President Trump's now-stalled executive orders on immigration. One resolution opposes building a wall along the southern U.S. border and the ban on the entry of immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. The other measure expresses the legislature's intent that colleges continue to serve as safe zones to protect students and their families from action by immigration agents. Imam Mustafa El Amin from Newark believes the resolutions will have a significant effect. For These 'Dreamers', DACA Was the Path To A Normal American Life By Ang Santos • Sep 12, 2017 Ang Santos / WBGO Nearly 800,000 people have been approved for the DACA program nationwide since 2012. “All the talk of us taking away jobs and handouts is not true.” Sara Moya is a twenty-year-old college student, a millennial, and a DACA recipient.