Category: Mexican

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Staten Island Hate Crimes: An Investigation by El Diario/La Prensa

The Spanish-language daily has just published a series of reports on the recent wave of attacks on Mexican immigrants living on Staten Island.

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A Mexican Immigrant Wears Detroit’s Golden Gloves

A gym in Southwest Detroit serving the Mexican immigrant community has cultivated a star, 18 year old Erick De Leon. But as a non-citizen, De Leon’s opportunities are limited.

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Latino Businesses Flourish In Detroit: FI2W’s Martina Guzman on All Things Considered

The demand for Mexican food has stimulated entrepreneurship and economic growth in Detroit.

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Immigrant Mothers In Arizona: Some Vow to Stay Despite New Law, Others Consider Moving

SB 1070 has energized the immigrant movement in Arizona, and many women formerly in the shadows are stepping up to fight against the bill.

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SB 1070 Gets Legal Challenge

FI2W’s Valeria Fernandez speaks on PRI’s The Takeaway about the lawsuits challenging Arizona’s controversial new immigration law.

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Outrage at Arizona Immigration Law Reflected in Hispanic Media

The law making it a crime to be in Arizona without proper documents is story number one in the Spanish-language press.

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New Arizona Immigration Law Awakens Youth Protest Movement

Student walk-outs and acts of civil disobedience over the strictest state immigration law in the country may mark the start of a new wave of activism by immigrant youth in Arizona.

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Intense Debate, Rising Fear as Arizona Immigration Enforcement Bill Heads to Final Vote

Legislation to criminalize undocumented immigrants may soon be headed to the governor’s desk in Arizona, causing alarm among immigrants and their supporters.

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Overlooked: Indigenous Mexican Immigrants and the 2010 Census

The Census Bureau printed instructional materials in some 60 languages this year, but Mixotec, Mayan, Zapotec or any other indigenous Mexican language were not among them.