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Immigration

Cross-Post: Justice Please: Reject Arizona’s Anti-Immigration Law

Originally posted on April 28 by Whatsupsmiley. The Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments on Wednesday in Arizona v. United States, regarding the Justice Department’s challenge to the controversial anti-immigration law in Arizona, the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods … Continued

Friday Media Recall (02.17.2012)

Every Friday we want to offer a collection of media pieces that we’re finding provocative, vital, persuasive, prophetic, genius, infuriating, mind-blogging, and other adjectives that gesture at all things thought-provoking. Some of these posts will, of course, focus on immigration, … Continued

Cross-post: Music Legend Manu Chao Protests AZ Anti-immigrant Laws

Originally posted by World Music Central on December 9, 2011. In September 2011, international French-Spanish music star Manu Chao ended his United States tour with a free concert in Arizona in collaboration with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network’s ‘Alto … Continued

Culture

Cross-Post:American Citizen Racially Profiled At School In Alabama Because She Looked Foreign

Originally posted by Think Progress on November 8th, 2011 In the wake of HB 56, Alabama’s extreme immigration law, students have been bullied by their peers simply for looking Hispanic, and now even one teacher has singled out a student … Continued

Friday Media Recall (11.11.11)

Every Friday we want to offer a collection of media pieces that we’re finding provocative, vital, persuasive, prophetic, genius, infuriating, mind-blogging, and other adjectives that gesture at all things thought-provoking. Some of these posts will, of course, focus on immigration, … Continued

Friday Media Round Up (11.04.2011)

Every Friday we want to offer a collection of media that we’re finding provocative, vital, persuasive, prophetic, genius, infuriating, mind-blogging, and other adjectives that gesture at all things thought-provoking. Some of these posts will, of course, focus on immigration, but … Continued

Cross-Post: Alabama HB 56: Which Way Will The Ruling Lean?

Published on Americas Quarterly on August 26, 2011 by Daniel Altschuler On Wednesday, at the Hugo Black courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, federal judge Sharon Blackburn and approximately 200 others in attendance heard a full day’s worth of arguments to determine … Continued

Your Saturday Immigration Rundown: 08.27.2011

Good morning, everyone! We’ve amassed a compilation of some stories that some of us might’ve missed over the last week. We hope you find them engaging, informative, motivating, and so on. As usual, Twitter handles have been provided when readily … Continued