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Atlanta Activists Get Death Threats

Upfront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley Posted: May 30, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Judith Martinez, Editor-in-chief at Atlanta Latino[Atlanta]says Pellegrino and other activists also believe state lawmakers are responsible for these increasing attacks; Edwin Okongo, editor-in-chief of Mshale newspaper[Minnesota]says local activists say the raids are a tactic to distract from the economy going down; and Pasckie Pascua, an L.A.-based contributing editor for Philippine News[Los Angeles]says most Philipinos are not selling their homes, because they believe the economic slowdown will pass.



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