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The Debate Over The Obama Administration’s Deportation Policy

By Victoria Cepeda The debate is on whether the Obama administration’s illegal immigration deportation policy is harsher than that of the Bush administration. So far, over 1 million illegal immigrants have been deported in the past 2.5 years. A palliative initiative, to what some believe to be the government’s harsh deportation tactics, was introduced in August allowing young […]

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Pintando Para un Sueño

In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr.  had  a dream. In his dream the world was color blind, everyone was equal and segregation was non-existent. Martin Luther King Jr. sacrificed his life for this dream to be realized. Thus came the advancement of civil rights in the United States. Today,  many Latinos also have a dream. Their dream consist of one day becoming […]

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MSNBC & Voto Latino’s Special Town Hall Event on Immigration

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell and Voto Latino’s Executive Director Maria Teresa Kumar will be live  from the University of San Diego hosting a discussion on Immigration and Latino-America on MSNBC.  The Town Hall event will air on November 15th from 10pm to 12am est. More information below. Below is the facebook event link. RSVP to watch: http://on.fb.me/an50Sn       […]

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