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The Ethnic Voter

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Black, Hispanic Newspapers Call for End to Racist Campaigns

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Sep 23, 2009

An editorial running simultaneously in African-American and Latino publications across this country calls on Republicans and Democrats to speak out against the racist campaigns being waged against political leaders.

Census Boycott Divides Immigrants

El Planeta, News Report, Ignacio Laguarda, Translated by Elena Shore, Sep 13, 2009

Some say he is a defender of immigrants with a number of followers; others say he is a misguided figure on a one-man crusade. But the man calling for a boycott of the 2010 census has not failed to stir strong responses from immigrant communities.

It's Health Care, Not Immigration

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Sep 13, 2009

Excluding undocumented immigrants from health coverage is bad policy no matter how you look at it, according to an editorial in La Opinin.

Cooperate With the Census, But Be Careful

HOY, News Report , Mercedes Fernandez, Translated by Cristina Fernandez-Pereda, Aug 28, 2009

Illinois police are warning residents to watch out for fraud or identity theft by people posing as door-to-door census takers.

Damage Control by the White House

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Aug 25, 2009

A White House meeting on immigration last week controlled some of the damage caused by the presidents decision to delay the immigration vote in Congress until next year. Meanwhile, things on the street remain the same.

Achieving Healthy Immigration Reform

New America Media, Commentary, David Coates, Aug 22, 2009

The best thing supporters of immigration reform can do right now is fight for health care reform, writes the commentator. If Obama loses on this, he argues, immigration reform will become even more elusive.

What Health Care Reform Means for Latinos

La Opinin, News Report, Pilar Marrero, Translated By Suzanne Manneh, Aug 22, 2009

The Latino population is one of the hardest hit by the crisis in the health sector: one in three Latinos is uninsured.

Asian Americans Mobilize for Immigration Reform

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, Aug 21, 2009

For the first time in the nations history, Asian American and Pacific Islander groups came together this week to call for comprehensive immigration reform.

ICE Changes its Talk, Not its Walk

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Aug 20, 2009

The statements made by ICE director John Morton are empty words while Sheriff Joe Arpaio and many others continue to act as they please, write editors of La Opinin.

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The Other Town Halls

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Aug 17, 2009

Health care is not the only issue heating up town hall meetings across America. The country's largest labor organizations have put together a joint statement on immigration reform. Selling their members on it is a much tougher job. Traduccin al espaol

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