Tag Archive: Immigration

About 20 Nicaraguan Asylum Seekers Were Deported on Jan 3, in a move that should SHOCK NO ONE.

La Prensa ran a front page article titled “The Deported are Missing”.  The piece, by Martha Vasquez draws on the reporting by Sonia Osorio, a journalist and editor for El Nuevo Herald. Osorio’s story covers a press conference, given by Central…
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With the Nazis in Germany (In memory of Jorge Gomondai)

Many years ago, in Dresden, a young African international student dropped off his white, German girlfriend after a date. He then took the streetcar back to his dorm. He never made it that far. Neo Nazis beat him up and…
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Cuentame: Immigration Crusaders.

Now that Tony Plana no longer plays an illegal immigrant, he’s becoming more active in the immigration reform movement. Plana has put his celebrity to use as a campaigner for Reform Immigration for America, and Cuentame. He is by no…
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Bye Bye Betty. “So long, and thank you for the fish” (ahem, dissertation)

Today’s top story, at least until Obama takes the stage for his first State of the Union Address, is the unveiling of Apple’s iPad, an unfortunate name choice, but it’s Apple, so who cares! Still, I will remember January 27,…
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The USA: Melting pot, Transnational America, or something else?

From: The Melting Pot “There she lies the great Melting Pot listen Can’t you hear the roaring and the bubbling There gapes her mouth, the harbour where a thousand mammoth feeders come from the ends of the world to pour…
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