We Rallied in Unity: Pro-Migrant Sanctuarysphere
May 1: Peaceful Marchers Support CIR vs ANTI Attack Strategy and ANTI´s Manipulation of phone, email and faxes to Congress! at Immigration Talk With A Mexican American.
May 1, 2008 marks the third anniversary of Immigration Day in the United States. Pro-immigrant groups across the country are conducting peaceful demonstrations to voice their support for Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) and to voice their opposition to Family Detention Centers and Racial Profiling.
Some images from today in Los Angeles at People Migrate.
Mayday Interview With Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! at Of América.
May Day 2008 at the National Immigrant Justice Center.
Low Turnouts for Immigration Marches Have Stronger Implications at Latina Lista.
But this isn't an indication that the Latino community has become complacent about an issue that is accelerating discrimination and racism directed towards all Latinos. On the contrary, the reduced turnout should send another signal that the fight is far from over.Help 1 million immigrants VOTE in November at Standing Firm.
May 1st New York Rally at American Humanity.
NAFTA Short and Sweet at Wild Chihuahuas.
'Despite its name, the primary purpose of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was not to facilitate trade among separate sovereign societies. Rather, it was to promote an integrated continental economy and establish the rules to govern it.
Pearls of wisdom from Chuck Norris at Migra Matters.
We all know that Chuck Norris doesn't read books. He stares them down until he gets the information he wants., but even for a deep thinker like Chuck, his latest screed at the World Nut Daily exemplifies a new height in wingnuttery.
Help Immigrant Voters to Vote in November at Long Island Wins.
Immigrants Challenge U.S. System of Detention at Just News.
Two Job Openings With Border Action Network at Immigration Prof Blog. The job is based in Tucson, AZ if you're interested.
How does forcing you into exile affect the US? at Immigration Equality.