Submitted by NAD on Mon, 11/28/2011 - 13:38
It started when tomatoes rotted on the vine, unpicked by immigrants who fled the state in the wake of the most draconian anti-immigrant law in the U.S. Some of the public (not in Alabama so much) questioned the law. But that wasn't enough to revise the law. But when a non-Hispanic immigrant (a European executive at Mercedes Benz, no less) is stopped for not having his papers. Well.
Submitted by NAD on Fri, 07/30/2010 - 12:10
Isn't it great when politicians accidentally say what they really think? Take a Republican candidate for Governor in Nevada, Brian Sandoval. The issue was weather immigration laws like SB1070 in Arizona would lead to racial profiling. Seems Sandoval doesn't think he or his family would be profiled by such a law.
Submitted by NAD on Wed, 07/28/2010 - 11:40
A federal judge today handed a victory to opponents of the most controversial parts of Arizona's new immigration law. The law will still take effect Thursday, but many provisions that angered opponents - and the Latino community - will not go into effect. U.S.
Submitted by NAD on Wed, 07/14/2010 - 11:21
Latino, African American, Asian, and female plaintiffs have filed a class-action suit against the 24 Hour Fitness health club chain, claiming the company did not promote them or pay them as much as white employees. The company has the largest gym membership in the world and has a big presence in multi-cultural California.