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Immigrant Rights

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Mexico Warns of Retaliation for New Arizona Law

La Opinin, 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.

Arizonas Law May Spark Pro-Immigrant Movement

New America Media , News Report, Valeria Fernndez, Apr 24, 2010

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed SB 1070 into law on Friday, making Arizona the first state in the nation to consider it a crime for a person to be an undocumented immigrant. But the passage of the Arizona law may also have ignited the pro-immigration reform movement.

Conservatives Back Immigration Reform

Frontera Nortesur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Apr 14, 2010

The conservative-evangelical alliance is promoting a new immigration policy that focuses on border security, family unity and an earned path to legalization.

Immigration Reform Activists Keep the Pressure On

New America Media, News report, Elena Shore, Apr 08, 2010

Congress just passed a huge overhaul of the nations health care system; Republicans and Democrats in Congress seem more divided than ever; the country is still in a recession but immigration reform advocates said they intend to keep up the pressure on legislators to enact immigration reform in 2010.

We Don't Want Just Any Immigration Reform

New America Media, Commentary, Renee Saucedo, Apr 04, 2010

Immigrant rights activist Renee Saucedo argues that both immigration reform bills -- proposed by Schumer and Graham in the Senate and Gutierrez in the House -- begin negotiations with the lowest common denominator.

Message of Unity Marches Through Los Angeles

La Opinin, News Report, Eileen Truax, Translated by Elena Shore, Mar 28, 2010

La Opinin estimates that between 10,000 and 15,000 people marched through the streets of Los Angeles Saturday to call for immigration reform. Unlike last year, when disagreements between groups resulted in five separate marches on May 1, the message this year is one of unity.

Obama Has Mojo--Health Reforms Lessons for Immigration Reform

New America Media, Interview with Frank Sharry, Sandip Roy, Mar 28, 2010

What lessons can supporters of immigration reform learn from the passage of health care reform? Do Democrats have the stomach for another fight? Frank Sharry of America's Voice says the window of opportunity is open for a few months.

Grassroots Growing Again for Immigration Reform

New America Media, Video, Video: Sam Hassan / Reporter: Jerry Sullivan, Mar 27, 2010

The turnout at Saturday's immigration march in Los Angeles far surpassed that of recent years, a signal that the grassroots may have taken back the reins in the movement for immigration reform.

Whos Driving Immigration Reform?

New America Media, Commentary, Jerry Sullivan, Mar 26, 2010

Public demonstrations in recent years have offered indicators of a push-pull relationship between the grassroots and the political class. Saturdays march in Los Angeles could show which side has the upper hand.

Immigration March--Top Story for U.S. Ethnic Media

New America Media, Photo Slideshow, Staff, Mar 24, 2010

While health care has dominated the headlines in U.S. media, the big story this week for the country's ethnic media was Sunday's massive immigration march in Washington, D.C.

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