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This link recently saved by racialicious on August 30, 2011
"Following the events in Norway and PxC's growing protagonism in Spain, the blog Unite Against Fascism and Racism (Unitat contra el feixisme i el racisme [cat]) exposes the ideological similarities between Norway's murderer Anders Behring Breivik and Josep Anglada, which is based on the belief that European principles are threatened by Muslims and the effects of immigration.
"The conflation of immigration and Islam is evident, clearly, in point 5 of the PxC Programmatic Declaration [es]. According to this document, globalization is associated with 'massive waves of illegal immigration,' which in turn, endanger the social well being and identity formation of the welcoming States."
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 23, 2011
"It's a new round in a conflict as old as the United States, in which successive waves of immigrants have often feuded with each other. But what's happening in Greenfield is distinct, partly because the split here pits immigrants rooted in the same country, but also because of the hard look it's forcing the town to take at itself."
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 19, 2011
"Obama deported 393,000 people in the 2010 fiscal year, with an overall deportation record that far exceeds his predecessor, George W. Bush.
Some Latinos now have a message for the president: If deportations continue at high rates, he should not count on their votes in 2012.
"We know that the people in the Obama campaign ... are running a campaign that assumes that Latino voters will take anything over a Republican, including a Democrat that is worse than a Republican on immigration," Lovato said. "Our actions are to show that you're wrong."
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 17, 2011
"Azucena spent the next 76 days in a federal immigration center, Broward Transitional Center, becoming one of a fast-growing number of undocumented immigrants caught in what may be the latest crackdown: Grabbing them from public transportation, mainly Greyhound and Amtrak.
"Immigration searches on public transportation sites are not well publicized. Border patrol agents generally protect the border or coastline. But, Steve Cribby, spokesperson for U. S. Customs and Border Protection, says agents have the authority to conduct immigration checks in public places. And checks on Greyhound buses and Amtrak are meant to disrupt human smuggling activities into the country’s interior, he said.
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 12, 2011
"Bruno’s comment was not very different from the comments hurled by bigots when Mexico beat the U.S. in the Gold Cup. Except this time, Bruno had a nationally syndicated show to spread his hate and deserves to be fired for being unprofessional and stoking racial hatred.
"Bruno later erased the comment, but the damage was done. But Bruce Botchy, the Giants’ manager, didn’t let him off that easily. 'Forget the remarks about me,' Bochy told the San Francisco Chronicle. 'That doesn’t bother me. For a guy to make a racist comment like that and have the ear of so many people, that bothers me. I can defend myself as a coward. I don’t know if you can defend yourself making a racist comment.'”
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 06, 2011
"Immigration officials insist that the program is intended to identify and deport the most serious noncitizen criminals as well as those who threaten national security. But critics have argued that the program has resulted in the deportations of a disproportionate number of foreigners guilty only of low-level offenses, like traffic infractions, or immigration violations."
This link recently saved by racialicious on August 05, 2011
"While illegal immigrants can still obtain [driver's] licenses in Washington, licensing officials said they canceled Jose Antonio Vargas' driver's license because he could not prove that he lived in the state when he obtained it, as required by law. Vargas wrote Thursday on his website that the revocation was 'not unexpected, given how I laid out in detail how I've been able to live, work and survive as an undocumented immigrant in our country. Still, it's a sad feeling. In some ways, my driver's license has been my life line.
". . . Losing that privilege is part of my facing up to what I've done. However, I believe it is a small price to pay relative to the big things we're going to do, together.'"
This link recently saved by racialicious on July 27, 2011
"An editorial in Philadelphia's Spanish-language newspaper Al Día criticizes a column in the Philadelphia Daily News that called a City Council resolution condemning the Secure Communities program “misguided, moronic or malicious.” In fact, Al Día editors write, it is the supporters of Secure Communities who are the ignorant ones. Under Secure Communities, local police are required to share fingerprint data of arrestees to federal immigration authorities.
This link recently saved by racialicious on July 26, 2011
"They are the more than one million migrants who, fleeing from poverty, took to the road with no heed for the danger, even of losing their lives. Labeled as illegal, they defied the imperialist authorities and, after much sacrifice, arrived in the United States. Their remittances, beyond being a help for their families, are basic to the national economy.
According to the analyst, Honduras’ macroeconomic balance came about beginning in 1994 as a result of the remittances from migrants and reached a peak in 1998, with the passing of hurricane Mitch.
"Until 1998, Honduras was receiving 600 million lempiras [about 31 million US dollars] in remittances, but that natural event not only brought about the disaster of the moment but even revealed what had been happening all along. 'And it seems that that touched the migrants and they took on the habits of the Salvadorans, who had been the greatest source of remittances for their country, and then they began to send remittances,' he said."
This link recently saved by racialicious on July 25, 2011
"The U.S. House Judiciary Committee Wednesday approved the Security and Fairness Enhancement for America Act (HR 704), a bill that would eliminate the Diversity Immigrant Visa program, also known as the Green Card Lottery which grants about 55,000 immigrants permanent residency in the United States each year. The bill, sponsored by Intellectual Property Subcommittee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., passed the committee by a vote of 19-11."