Swine Flu And the Sick Nativist Mind: Pro-Migrant SanctuarySphere
MAY DAY Marches - Where will you be? at Standing FIRM. Get out and march!!
Ask Your Congressperson to Support the DREAM Act! at Change.org.
DREAMers who plan to enlist: Beware at Dream Act Texas.
Weekly Immigration Wire: Swine Flu Infecting Immigration Debate at The Unapologetic Mexican.
AT PLAY TODAY in our immigration debate are warring philosophies of who a "people" are and what we owe each other for simply belonging to the same human family. On one side, frothing, fearful punditry stoke division and hostility. On the other, fearless activists champion for our better natures.
White House Gearing Up For Employer Immigration Compliance Crackdown at Greg Siskind Blog.
Also at Greg Siskind's Blog Extremists Blaming Immigrants for Flu.
Where Swine Flu Lurks, Propagandists Rush In at Hatewatch.
Writing about the Malkin/Savage/Boortz idiocy of accusing undocumented immigrants of spreading swine flu, Josh Holland traces the lineage of the pseudo-scientific health scare back to anti-Semites who blamed the spread of the black plague on European Jews.
Join the Virtual March on Washington at Immigrants in the USA blog.
On May 1st, thousands will be calling on Congress to do the right thing on immigration--and to improve the treatment of all workers. Whether or not you can go to a march near you, make your voice heard!
LIVE BLOG 4/30/09: "Kick In The Head" Murder Trial Underway - Piekarsky and Donchak - Ramirez Murder at Immigration Talk With A Mexican American.
Napolitano: ICE Raids Will Continue at Immigration Prof Blog.
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is disappointed at the so-called new directive on worksite enforcement issued by Sec. Napolitano today and announced by a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) press release. The directive itself has not been made public.
An American Deported at Just News blog.
U.S. immigration officials confirmed this week that they wrongly deported Lyttle, 31, who his family says is mentally ill and suffers from mild retardation, in December after finding him in a North Carolina prison.
Matthew Shephard Hate Crimes Legislation Passes House - Ambivalent Feelings From A Queer at No Borders and Binaries.
I have always been divided on hate crimes legislation. On one level, this act of Congress made me feel a little bit more 'equal' in terms of rights. I know if someone hates and commits violence against me for my sexual orientation, at least the U.S. House of Representatives realizes that it is akin to hating me for being a woman or a person of color.