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En Español Jesse Díaz is co-founder of the Los Angeles March 25 Coalition, which organized a demonstration of over one million for immigrant rights. Jesse and the Coalition also put out the call for the...

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También en español Jesse Díaz is cofounder of the Los Angeles March 25th Coalition, which organized a demonstration of over one million for immigrant rights. Jesse and the Coalition also put out the call for...

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También en español Over the past few months, we have seen a new mass movement for immigrant rights explode. Starting in March, there have been a series of “mega marches,” some of the largest in...

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También en español Recent years have seen a massive wave of immigration to the United States from the “third world,” especially Latin America. Politicians and corporate media personalities like CNN’s Lou Dobbs continually attack these...

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También en español “¡Aquí estamos, y no nos vamos!” “Here we are, and we’re not leaving!” has been the chant of millions of immigrant workers and youth across the country in recent weeks. These massive...

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También en español In recent weeks, we have seen the rapid growth of a magnificent new movement for immigrant rights. It has already drawn millions of protesters into the streets in more than 100 cities....

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También en español Many immigrants and activists would welcome almost anything over the racist and fervently anti-immigrant Sensenbrenner Bill (HR 4437) which was passed by the House in December. Unfortunately, the Senate “compromise,” largely modeled...

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También en español The harsh anti-immigrant legislation now being debated in Congress is a major attack on immigrant workers. The bill HR4437 would declare undocumented immigrants “aggravated felons,” threatening mass deportation and the breakup of...

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In May, Congress approved an emergency military spending bill that earmarked another $82 billion for the Iraq war. But this huge waste of workers’ tax money to extend the war in Iraq was not the...

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On January 7, 2004, President Bush announced his new immigration policy. Bush is proposing to allow certain limited rights to undocumented workers. The proposed guest worker program, if enacted, would grant three-year work permits to...

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