Remembering Marcello Lucero: Pro-Migrant SanctuarySphere
Marcello Lucero's killing follows months of anti-immigrant agitation. This is an older post at Long Island Wins on the murder of Marcello Lucero.
This modern age Lynching is Quietly instigated and tolerated at Ponte Al Dia. This is an editorial on Luis Ramirez mentioning Marcello Lucero and others tragically murdered for being Hispanic.
Patchogue vigil for slain Ecuadorean immigrant. Story from Newsday.
Justice needs a helping hand in the case of Luis Ramirez at Latina Lista.
Luis Ramirez was attacked by a group of teens in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania last summer. He died two days later. Yet, the teens brought to trial for his murder were found to be guilty of only simple assault. Now, there's a campaign underway to see that justice is served.
Prosecute hate crimes, demand justice for Luis Ramirez at Immigrants in the USA blog. Links us to an America's Voice article. The sad fact that these racist teens got off after provoking a man a Hispanic man into a fight is a sick reminder of how backwards many places still are.
Human Rights First Report: 98 Detainees Died in Detention at Blog For Arizona.
A Houston Fire Chief is in trouble because he had a noose in his locker at work. I read the article and see the commentaries about how many people think that was OK.
U.S. Kids - Deported Moms at Dream Act Texas. Watch this Democracy Now video.
Speaking Out At Stanford at No Borders and Binaries.
Higher Education Periodical Brings Up DREAM Act at Dream Act Texas.
The immigration debate, again at Immigrants in the USA blog.
This opinion piece gives us some reasons to be hopeful that things will be different this time around. - - Donna Poisl
Sessions Called Incendiary on Immigration, Linked to White Nationalists at Standing FIRM.
Originally posted at Huffington Post, this is a great breaking story on just how the immigration reform opponents in Congress can be linked to hate groups like FAIR and the anti-immigration hate-mongerers. Kudos to America's Voice for helping break the story!
American Public Media's The Story Produces Segment on Family-based Immigration at Immigration Prof Blog.
American Public Media's The Story ran a great segment on the difficulties of seeking legal status in the United States. The segment documents the story of John Adams, a U.S. citizen, who married a woman from Guatemala, for whom he sought resident status.
DOJ Drops Charges Against 1st Lt. Watada at Latino Politico.
The Department of Justice has dropped its case against 1st Lt. Ehren Watada, a war resister who refused Iraq deployment in June 2006 and denounced President George W. Bush's decision to invade as illegal and immoral.