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Immigration

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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Vietnam 35 Years Later: A Conversation with Andrew Lam

New America Media/Newshour, Q&A /Video, Andrew Lam, Apr 30, 2010

On the 35th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Andrew Lam, NAM editor and author of Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora, revisited his homeland with a PBS Newshour film crew to look at where Vietnam is heading, and assess its relationship with returning Vietnamese Americans.

First Legal Salvo Launched Against Arizona Immigration Law

New America Media, News Report , Valeria Fernndez, Apr 29, 2010

A coalition of religious groups today commenced the legal battle against Arizonas new controversial immigrant law, filing suit in the U.S. District Court to stop its implementation.

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McCain's Reversal

La Opinin, Commentary, Staff, Apr 29, 2010

Spanish-language daily La Opinin endorsed John McCain in the last Republican primary, citing a seemingly level-headed approach on matters of immigration. But in light of recent statements by McCain in support of SB 1070, Arizona's controversial immigration law, editors have been compelled to reconsider their opinion of the Arizona senator.

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Immigration Reform Advocates See Silver Lining in Arizona

New America Media, News Report, Video, Text:Khalil Abdullah, Video:Esther Gentile, Apr 29, 2010

Congressional leaders see the public outcry against SB 1070 in Arizona as a rallying cry for comprehensive immigration reform. Democratic leadership in the Senate plans to release their own proposal today.

More Arizona Immigrants to Consider Self-Deportation

La Opinin, News Report, Claudia Nuez, Translated by Elena Shore , Apr 27, 2010

Owners of shopping centers, car lots, banks, money wiring services, and even the Mexican Consulate in Phoenix are witnessing the rise of "self-deportation," the decision by immigrants in Arizona to leave the United States.

Latinos, Blacks Join Fight for Civil Rights in Arizona

New America Media, News Report, Valeria Fernndez, 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.

Immigration Reform Could Mean National ID Card for All Workers

New America Media, News Analysis, Marcelo Ballv, Apr 26, 2010

The immigration reform blueprint being pushed by Senators Charles Schumer and Lindsey Graham would establish a national ID card for all American workers, a provision disliked by many on both the right and left.

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Arizona Anti-Immigration Law Puts Obama on the Spot

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Apr 25, 2010

Arizona officials claim they had to enact their controversial new law because the federal government has stalled on comprehensive immigration reform. This dumps the immigration reform issue squarely back in Obamas lap. And it couldnt come at a worse time for Obama.

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