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Los Angeles Boycotts Arizona

La Opinión, May 12, 2010

The city of Los Angeles agreed yesterday to declare a boycott against the state of Arizona, reports La Opinión.

Immigrant Crime Wave a Myth

La Opinión, May 11, 2010

The main argument behind Arizona’s new law, SB 1070, is that the state’s presumed crime wave is linked to undocumented immigrants.

African Americans Raise Voices Against Arizona Law

Phxsoul.com, News Report , DaVaun Sanders, May 10, 2010

Response to the new legislation, including a march on the state Capitol on Wednesday, has made one thing evident for Valley Hispanics opposing the law—they do not stand alone.

Poll: Arizona Latinos Oppose New Law

La Opinión, May 08, 2010

A survey of Latino voters in Arizona conducted by Latino Decisions, in collaboration with Arizona State University, found that 70 percent expressed "strong" opposition and another 11 percent said they had "some opposition" to SB 1070.

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Philippine Elections to Go Forward, Despite Computer Glitch

New America Media, Video, Odette Keeley, Video by Min Lee, May 08, 2010

Regina Reyes of ABS-CBN International-The Filipino Channel explains why Filipino American voters don't want this Monday's presidential elections in the Philippines postponed -- despite technical malfunctions with the country's computerized voting machines.

Can a Democrat Win Sen. McCain's Seat in Arizona?

Hispanic Business, News Report , Rob Kuznia, May 04, 2010

If Hayworth, 51, succeeds in convincing the conservative base that 73-year-old McCain is too liberal, the state will have a far-right candidate on the ticket at a time when Arizona's immigration law has made it the butt of jokes on late-night television.

Activists Face Tough Choices on Immigrant Rights

National Institute for Latino Policy, Commentary, Randy Shaw, May 01, 2010

Immigrant rights activists overestimated the nation's concern with immigration reform, writes the commentator. But Arizona's passage of the most racist law in modern history gives activists a chance to return comprehensive immigration reform to the national stage.

Latinos, Blacks Join Fight for Civil Rights in Arizona

New America Media, News Report, Valeria Fernández, Apr 26, 2010

Arizonans from diverse communities, including black, Latino, Native American, Asian and gay activists, joined together Sunday to protest a new state law that makes it a crime to be undocumented.

Mexico Warns of Retaliation for New Arizona Law

La Opinión, Apr 24, 2010

The Mexican government warned that it would reconsider its relations with Arizona after the state's governor signed the nation's toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday.

Latinos, African Americans Willing to Pay More to Slow Climate Change

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Apr 22, 2010

Latino and African-American communities in the United States increasingly share similar views on the negative impact of climate change and call for government support for a green economy, according to two recently released polls.

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