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NAM original coverage and ethnic media articles on immigration policy and its impact on everyday lives. This section is supported by the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund and The Carnegie Corporation of New York. For more information on NAM immigration coverage, contact Sandip Roy at sroy[at]newamericamedia[dot]org.

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Arizonas Immigration Law Spurs Copycat Legislation

New America Media, News Report , Marcelo Ballv, May 03, 2010

Arizona's new, tough immigration law has spawned copycat proposals in almost a dozen other states. But some otherwise conservative governors are urging caution.

Haitians Hope for Humanitarian Parole

New America Media, News Feature/Video, Josue Rojas, May 02, 2010

A delegation of lawyers and doctors from the Bay Area went to Haiti in March to assess possible candidates for so-called humanitarian parole to the United States because of their dire situations. NAM videographer Josue Rojas joined the delegation and filed these reports.


The Cross She Must Bear - An Undocumented Filipina in New York

New America Media, Commentary, By Maria Ante, as told to Anthony Advincula , May 02, 2010

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.


On May 1, It's Mayday for Arizona

New America Media, Commentary, Aarti Shahani, May 01, 2010

May Day is being marked by immigrant marches across the country. Arizona has added a new urgency to the marches. Organizers in Arizona feel the rest of the country is just catching up to what they have been experiencing for years.

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Arizona Fires up May 1 Rally in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Garment and Citizen , Photo Essay, Jerry Sullivan, May 01, 2010

Immigration march in Los Angeles draws huge crowd as labor unions and advocacy groups join grassroots in calls for action at the federal level.


Immigrant Workers Face Firings Even Without Arizonas Laws

New America Media, News Report, David Bacon, Apr 30, 2010

San Francisco might be pondering a boycott of Arizona because of its new immigration law but 475 immigrant janitors in San Francisco are facing firing after Homeland Security reviewed their Social Security records.

New America Now: Catholic Church, Icelandic Volcanos and Arizona Watch

New America Now, Audio, Apr 30, 2010

This week on New America Now: Odette Keeley with headlines from New America Media, Julie Pham and Marcelo Ballve on Ethnic Media Watch, Richard Rodriguez talks about the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, Conservationist Małgorzata Grska is winner of the 2010 Goldman Environmental Prize, and Christina Sunley is the author of The Tricking of Freya.

After Arizona, 100,000 Expected for LA's May Day March

Los Angeles Garment & Citizen, News Report , Jerry Sullivan, Apr 30, 2010

Arizona's new immigration law is energizing activists for a planned May Day demonstration in LA, with police anticipating as many as 100,000 people.


Arizona Law Spurs Conservatives to Push for Immigration Reform

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Apr 30, 2010

Conservative leaders and clergy joined hands to denounce anti-immigrant legislation in Arizona, citing the impact it was having on their congregations and called on Republicans to reclaim immigration as an issue.

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