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The Ethnic Voter

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2009: The Year of Wise Latinos

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Dec 29, 2009

This was a historic year for Latinos, from the nomination and appointment of high-profile Latinos like Sonia Sotomayor, Hilda Solis and Thomas Perez, to the mobilization of Latinos across the country to oust Lou Dobbs from CNN, write editors of New York's El Diario/La Prensa.

Obama Quietly Changes U.S. Immigration Policy

New America Now, News Analysis, Edward Alden, Dec 28, 2009

A string of little-noticed initiatives by the Obama DHS has made significant changes to some of the most controversial enforcement policies of the past decade.

Lou Dobbs Reaches Out to Latinos on Telemundo

Telemundo, Video, Dec 01, 2009

Lou Dobbs was grilled about his past statements about immigrants by Maria Celeste of Telemundo's Al Rojo Vivo.

Latino Voters See Universal Health Care as Top Priority

La Opinin, New Report, Pilar Marrero, Nov 30, 2009

A new poll finds that health care reform is now more important than the economy and immigration for many Latinos, and a solid majority is in favor of universal health care that includes a public option. Traduccin al espaol

One Year Later

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Nov 05, 2009

One year after Obama's historic election, editors of La Opinin ask: Where are the voters now when he needs them the most?

California reform

Californians Split on Constitutional Reform

New America Media, News Report, Edwin Okong'o, Oct 31, 2009

Latinos and Asian Americans are less dissatisfied with the process of putting initiatives on the ballot and are less eager to change California's constitution to restrict direct democracy than whites and African-Americans.

Basta Dobbs, Honduras Under Fire and City of Borders

New America Now, Audio, Oct 23, 2009

This week on New America Now -- The Campaign mounts against Lou Dobbs, Marcelo Ballve looks at the situation in Honduras and Aaron Davidman discusses his play based on a bestselling book 'The Chosen' by Chaim Potok.

New Crack Cocaine Bill Leaves Thousands Behind Bars

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Oct 21, 2009

In the 1980s, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., voted to impose harsh sentencing for crack cocaine. Now he says he made a mistake 20 years ago, and is introducing legislation to remove the disparity between crack and powdered cocaine possession. But the fact that his bill is not retroactive means that the Fairness in Sentencing Act is anything but fair.

Dobbs

Coalition Launches National Campaign Against CNNs Lou Dobbs

El Semanario de Nuevo Mxico, Interview, Luis F. Sarmiento, Translated by Elena Shore, New America Media, Oct 17, 2009

The national campaign "Basta Dobbs" is calling for CNN to remove anchor Lou Dobbs from the air. Coordinator Roberto Lovato was interviewed by Spanish-language newspaper El Seminario de Nuevo Mxico.

ACORN Is the New Dirty Word

New America Media, Commentary, Rinku Sen, Oct 01, 2009

The assault on the community group ACORN has nothing to do with corruption, legal problems or voter fraud. It is a larger attack on community organizing and threatens all communities, argues the commentator.

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