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roberto lovato

Planeta o Muerte -- Evo Morales and the Revolutionary Politics of Mother Earth
New America Media, News Report, By: Roberto Lovato//Photo: Alexandra Corazza, Apr 21, 2010
By convening the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (CMPCC), Evo Morales, the president of Bolivia, has established himself as the leader of a hybrid global movement that links the rights of humans to what organizers have coined the universal rights of Mother Earth.
Bertha oliva
Human Rights Leader Challenges Clinton's Stand on Honduras
New America Media, News feature, Roberto Lovato, Jul 29, 2009
Concerns raised by Bertha Oliva about the Obama administrations policy towards the Honduran coup reflects what many fear is a growing distance between the White House and the democracy movements.
Honduran Women at Forefront of Resistance to Coup
New America Media, Interview, Roberto Lovato, Jul 22, 2009
One of the most underreported stories about the coup in Honduras is the unprecedented mobilizations of citizens and the definitive role women and womens organizations played against the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya.
Honduran Violence, U.S. Aid Test Obama's Global Image
New America Media, News Analysis, Roberto Lovato, Jul 06, 2009
The whole Latin American world is watching Honduras and President Obama, who still has not heeded calls to suspend U.S. military aid to Honduras. In fact, Latin America may well be where the decline and fall of Obamas global rock star status begins.
Justicia!: Sotomayor and the Long March of Puerto Rican History
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, Jun 18, 2009
Lost in debate about Sotomayors ethnic allegiances are the contributions of the silenced majority living in and beyond the Bronxdale projects: the Puerto Rican community whose political thought and action made Sotomayors rise possible.
Sotomayor's Confirmation Hearings to Test GOP
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, May 27, 2009
Latinos will be watching Republicans closely during the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.
Obama Boycott of U.N. Racism Conference Disappoints African Diaspora
New America Media, News Report, Roberto Lovato, Apr 24, 2009
Representatives of the African Diaspora at the U.N. Conference on Racism hailed the election of U.S. President Barack Obama as a global milestone, but the sight of empty chairs behind the sign Etat Unis (United States) seemed to overshadow the excitement about Obamas historic election.
Thanking Elie Wiesel at Racism Conference
NAM, Blog, Roberto Lovato, Apr 21, 2009
El Salvador's President-Elect Seeks Close Ties to U.S.
New America Media//The Nation, Q&A//Photos//Video, Words: Roberto Lovato//Video: Josue Rojas and Roberto Lovato//Photos: Ryan Furtado, Mar 17, 2009
Mauricio Funes discusses numerous issues in an exclusive interview: the meaning of his presidency, the relationship between El Salvador and the United States, immigration and other domestic and foreign policy concerns.
Maurico Funes FMLN
Media War Heats Up El Salvador's Presidential Election
New America Media, News analysis , Roberto Lovato, Mar 14, 2009
Once engaged in a guerilla war against the Salvadoran military, the FMLN is now fighting a war of words against big financial interests represented by the right wing ARENA party and powerful media outlets.
Salvadoran Elections Provoke Cautious Optimism On U.S. Relations
New America Media, News Report, Roberto Lovato, Mar 13, 2009
El Salvadors election on March 15 is an occasion for Salvadorans to consider future relations with the United States and the new Obama Administration.
Izalco, El Salvador and the Way Beyond the Silence
NAM, Blog , Roberto Lovato, Mar 12, 2009
Izalco, El Salvador and the Way Beyond the Silence
New America Media, News analysis, Roberto Lovato, Mar 12, 2009
U.S. Immigration Policies Bring Global Shame on Us
New America Media, News analysis, Roberto Lovato, Feb 26, 2009
The Obama Administration must act quickly to change immigration policies that violate human rights and are becoming a source of global condemnation, as images of detention abuses and Sheriff Joe Arpaio's raids tarnish the U.S.'s image, just as Guantanamo did.
ICE Arrest
Immigration Detention Reform Moves to Front Burner
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, Feb 02, 2009
As more and more immigrants are crowded into detention centers, their abysmal condition is coming under the national spotlight. The death of an immigrant in Viriginia and a spate of reports will probably make detention reform the first immigration issue the Obama administration will have to deal with.
Immigration Reform Debate Must Regain a Moral Compass
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, Jan 15, 2009
As the possibility of comprehensive immigration reform comes back to life, New America Media writer Roberto Lovato urges morality to be a part of the deal.
Hope for the Holidays
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, Dec 22, 2008
In a country facing colossal challenges, immigrant stories and victories -- like the widely watched Republic Door and Window Factory takeover -- are inspiring people around the world.
Napolitano and Obama
Immigration Reform Trapped in Political Dualism
New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Lovato, Dec 02, 2008
The Obama picks on immigration and homeland security evoke both hope and doubt from immigration activists on the ground about the prospects for real immigration reform during his presidency.
Upload Real Challenge: What Activists Can Learn from Obamas Web Politics
ColorLines, News Report, Roberto Lovato, Nov 01, 2008
Obama came along at that precise moment when the technology had matured, when the audience of media users had reached critical mass and he used it to good effects.

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