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Era of Limits and the Failure of Immigration Reform
The debate over immigration reform in the House and the Senate is an interesting lens to examine the future of austerity. How so?...
Austin Police Video Raises Questions
In light of President Barack Obama signing the National Defense Authorization Act , justifiable fear of the power of the government, trampling of the bill of rights and militarizat...
A Navajo Response to Racism Against Mexicans YouTube Video
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Video: Heart of SB 1070 Passes
Jorge Martin Melchor
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer applauded a federal judge's ruling on September 3 that the most controversial part of Arizona's immigration law can be implemented...
Video: SB 1070 Protest Outside of Hearing
Opponents of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, told a federal judge on Tuesday, August 21, that the measure will result in racial profiling and prolonged detention of Latinos...
Video: On the Ground for SB 1070 Ruling
Jorge Martin Melchor
The Supreme Court ruled June 25 that Arizona’s local law enforcement can be required to ask about someone's legal status if they have reason to believe they are in the country ille...
Supreme Court Strikes Down Parts of Arizona Anti-Immigration Law
WASHINGTON – In a case watched closely by tribal observers concerned about their families who live on the United States-Mexico border, the U.S...
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