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Cierran La Frontera en Apoyo a Jovenes Activistas Encarcelados

Cierran La Frontera en Apoyo a Jovenes Activistas Encarcelados

Por Mariela Gomez De Ell Sabían que la idea era arriesgada y que podrían terminar  durmiendo  tras las rejas pero aun así, el lunes de la semana pasada un grupo de jóvenes, cinco de ellos deportados en años recientes y

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Colombian DREAMer’s Plea for Immigration Reform

Colombian DREAMer’s Plea for Immigration Reform

Jairo Lerma, Black Star News via New America Media As a DREAMer AfroLatino from Colombia,  New York City turns into Arizona at night because of Stop-and-Frisk Laws and my “undocumented” fears in case of an arrest. Even though the Obama

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El Comité Para Proteger Su Derecho Al Voto Prepara Referéndum

El Comité Para Proteger Su Derecho Al Voto Prepara Referéndum

PHOENIX – Los miembros de una amplia coalición de ciudadanos y organizaciones están preocupados y recogiendo firmas para lograr un referéndum en el estado que pueda revocar un esfuerzo masivo por la Legislatura de Arizona para que sea más difícil

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Poll: Latinos Would Vote for Republican for President Who Endorsed Immigration Reform

Poll: Latinos Would Vote for Republican for President Who Endorsed Immigration Reform

Those who’ve been saying immigration reform insults Latino voters should take a look at this recent poll. A poll of Hispanic voters by Latino Decisions and immigrant advocacy group America’s Voice indicates that Latinos would be more likely to vote

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Guide to Immigration Reform Chances in the U.S. House

Guide to Immigration Reform Chances in the U.S. House

After a historic vote to pass the Gang of Eight’s immigration reform bill in the Senate last week, the attention now shifts to the House of Representatives, where the bill’s prospects are uncertain. We take a look at what lies ahead

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Propuesta de Reforma Migratoria, muy pronto para celebrar…

Propuesta de Reforma Migratoria, muy pronto para celebrar…

Por Mariela Gomez De Ell  Se convirtió  la noticia en momentos de alegría  e incluso de euforia que genero confusión entre nuestra comunidad y más aún entre los indocumentados. Titulares como “HISTORICO VOTO” “SE FIRMA LA REFORMA MIGRATORIA” “TRIUNFO DE LOS

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Supreme Court Grants Two Rulings In Favor Of Gay Marriage

Supreme Court Grants Two Rulings In Favor Of Gay Marriage

 The justices struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a 1996 law passed by Congress that barred recognition of same-sex marriages and thereby denied more than 1,100 benefits to married gay and lesbian couples. They also ruled that the

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Advocates at Supreme Court Ahead of Same-sex Marriage Rulings

Advocates at Supreme Court Ahead of Same-sex Marriage Rulings

By Jonathan Reid          Cronkite News       WASHINGTON – Phoenix native David Baker stood outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, an openly gay member of the Mormon Church in support of same-sex marriage. “I believe that civil marriage is a civil right,”

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Ya no hay pretextos para no votar Arizona!

Ya no hay pretextos para no votar Arizona!

Por Mariela Gomez De Ell   Todavía festejan los defensores de los derechos de los inmigrantes y activistas a favor del voto  la decisión de  La Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos que  fallo  en contra de la ley en Arizona que

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Court upholds Arizona law denying bail to suspected illegal immigrants

Court upholds Arizona law denying bail to suspected illegal immigrants

By Emilie Eaton Cronkite News Proposition 100 Arizona voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 100 in 2006. The ballot question said the proposition: “Adds to the list of non-bailable offenses serious felony offenses prescribed by the legislature if the person charged has

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