Posts Tagged ‘Latinos’

Chris Weitz movies shed light on Alabama immigration law Chris Weitz movies shed light on Alabama immigration law Featured Mar 1st Salvador Guerrero Filmmaker Chris Weitz, left, and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas teamed up to create a video project about Alabama’s anti-immigration law called “Is This Alabama?” (Salvador Guerrero/SHFWire) WASHINGTON......Read More
A gringo’s tale of two Walmarts Chris Weitz movies shed light on Alabama immigration law Voces&Blogs Oct 20th Jack McGarvey I have a “gringo” friend here in Rio Rico, Arizona, a town where we both settled to live, which is virtually atop of the United States of America’s border with México. She recently emailed me, “It’s more fun having Latinos......Read More
Un coquí puertorriqueño atisba su futuro desde el Valle Imperial Un coquí puertorriqueño atisba su futuro desde el Valle Imperial Crónica Jun 16th Anna Montalvo EL CENTRO, Calif.– Después de la huelga estudiantil de Mayo 4 del 2010, que forzó el sistema universitario de Puerto Rico a cerrar por tres meses, muchos estudiantes dejamos nuestras casas y familias para continuar nuestros sueños......Read More
The Chicano Movement — alive and evolving The Chicano Movement — alive and evolving Featured Jan 28th Salvador Guerrero EL PASO, Texas — El Movimiento, also known as the Chicano Civil Rights Movement, was the empowerment of Mexican Americans in the 60s and 70s. Almost a half century later, Chicanos, Latinos and Hispanics continue to fight a struggle,......Read More