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MUST READ: Indocumentalismo Manifesto

Message to the Migrant Rights Movement Part 2 Indocumentalismo Manifesto—an Emerging Socio-Political Ideological Identity 31 March 2010 By Raúl Alcaraz/Daniel Carrillo http://www.antifronteras.com (versión en español será agregada a la página próximamente) Note: The following article tries to put together ideas that already exist. None of this is new or groundbreaking. It is based on our […]

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L.A. City Council votes to ban travel and future contracts with Arizona because of tough new immigration law

L.A. City Council votes to ban travel and future contracts with Arizona because of tough new immigra latimesblogs.latimes.com The Los Angeles City Council, protesting Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigration, on Wednesday voted to ban most city travel to Arizona and future contracts with companies in that state. During a morning-long debate on the resolution, council […]

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Arizona Makes It Illegal to Teach Kids About Mexicans

“Never mind that 90 percent of the curriculum at most schools already focuses on one particular ethnic group.” Arizona Makes It Illegal to Teach Kids About Mexicans | VF Daily | Vanity Fair http://www.vanityfair.com A morning dose of low-calorie news: Muhammad cartoonist attacked, Wall Street to blame for Dow dive.

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Texas Caravan to AZ for National Day of Action Against SB 1070

FORWARD                   URGENT/ URGENTE                           PLEASE RESPOND/ POR FAVOR DE RESPONDER NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST SB 1070 IN ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 29TH, 2010 Southwest Workers Union is organizing a caravan/ delegation to the National Day of Action Against SB 1070 in Arizona. We will be leaving San Antonio on Friday, May 28th @ 5 […]

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DALLAS: JOIN the Freedom Bus Riders!!!

Dear Immigration Reform Supporters, Domingo Garcia, Coordinator of the Mega March in Dallas, Texas on May 1st, 2010 who successfully assembled Hispanic and non-Hispanic Leaders from all walks of life, elected officials, religious leaders of all faiths, community leaders from every persuasion and political party affiliation to lead a 50-60,000 March invites you to JOIN […]

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ODESSA: JOINS LULAC #102 ON A FREEDOM CARAVAN TO ARIZONA

UNA VOZ UNIDA OF ODESSA JOINS LULAC #102 ON A FREEDOM CARAVAN TO ARIZONA Odessa, TX— Una Voz Unida of Odessa, a non-profit civic association, will be joining LULAC Council #102 out of Dallas Texas on a “Freedom” caravan to Arizona.  The purpose of the caravan is to show solidarity within the Latino Community against […]

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A Message From Boycott Arizona Re: May 29 Nat’l Day of Action

MESSAGE FROM BOYCOTT ARIZONA Those of us protesting daily against apartheid policies in Arizona are generally unified in our belief that educators, organizers and cultural workers are welcome to assist us, and stand side by side us. Those coming for tourism or simply to pad their CVs should stay home. Because we are in a […]

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The Battle for the Liberation of Arizona- Natl Day of Action 5-29-2010

SOUTHWEST WORKERS UNION SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FREEDOM SUMMER:  Liberation of Arizona The Battle for Arizona National Day of Justice and Action Against 1070 in Arizona, a racist and apartheid law! May 29th is National Day of Action in Phoenix, Arizona’s, capitol building; shut down the illegal governor and 1070 racist law! Just over 40 years […]

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Mexican kindergarten kids vs racist minutemen

Mexican kindergarten kids vs racist white minutemen http://www.youtube.com Little kids stand up for their parents after the minutemen go harass migrants at the Mexican Consulate in the city of Santa Ana . Niños confrontan a Minuteman

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Women protest Arizona immigration law – ¡Alto Arizona!

Women protest Arizona immigration law – ¡Alto Arizona! blog.altoarizona.com Anthony Sandoval – May. 10, 2010 11:28 AM Special for the Republic About two dozen women sat Sunday encircling a small stone shrine at the Macehualli center, a self-described cultural embassy of indigenous people in downtown Phoenix. The women came from California, Louisiana and Florida to […]

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