Browsing all posts from January, 2010.

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A Moment for Luis Leal, Pioneer of Chicano Literature

A Moment for Luis Leal, Pioneer of Chicano Literature

THE PASSING OF "DON" LUIS LEAL marks the end of a long and fruitful life, and one lived by a pioneer in the field of Chicano Literature.

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The Weekly Undocument: The State of our Union is Sassy!

The Weekly Undocument: The State of our Union is Sassy!

THE PRO-MIGRANT BLOGOSPHERE IS ALIGHT with talk of "The 38 Words" uttered in President Obama's first State of the Union speech last night.

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A Different Direction

A Different Direction

A DIFFERENT DIRECTION. It's where we find the path headed home when we are far away from anything safe. It is where we turn when we want to find new ground, higher ground, better ground. It is the very choice that is often obscured from our vision until all the others vanish.

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News With Nezua | La Marcha!

News With Nezua | La Marcha!

THE MARCH AND RALLY on January 16, 2010 in Maricopa County, Arizona to protest the criminal Sheriff Joe Arpaio, reviled for his racial profiling tactics, his gratuitously cruel and humiliating conditions for detention, and his embarrassing anachronistic and race-based antagonism against entire communities.

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Your Weekly Vinyl Reminda! [23Jan2010]

Your Weekly Vinyl Reminda! [23Jan2010]

YOUR WEEKLY VINYL REMINDA! This one is beautifully decorated with imagery, heart, and those glimpses of humanity that bobby d. is so good at giving us.

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Weekly Diaspora: Weekly Diaspora: Does Coakley’s Loss Spell Trouble for Immigration Reform?

Weekly Diaspora: Weekly Diaspora: Does Coakley’s Loss Spell Trouble for Immigration Reform?

PROFESSIONAL PUNDITS AND DEMOCRATIC POLITICIANS are in a frenzy over what Martha Coakley's senate seat loss to Republican Scott Brown might mean for American politics!

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News With Nezua | Ghosts and Revolution (Role Models in Action)

News With Nezua | Ghosts and Revolution (Role Models in Action)

Haiti, Pundits, Presidents, Revolution, Earthquake, and ghosts in the machine.

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On Haiti

On Haiti

ON HAITI: Thoughts, Memories, Links.

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Weekly Diaspora: Haitian Diaspora Spans Borders

Weekly Diaspora: Haitian Diaspora Spans Borders

ON TUESDAY, THE WORST EARTHQUAKE IN 200 years struck just off the coast of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Bringing "catastrophic destruction" to the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere, the disaster has spurred relief efforts worldwide.

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News With Nezua | Mother Nature is a Painter

News With Nezua | Mother Nature is a Painter

VISUAL AND AUDITORY MEDITATIONS on hue, shape, purpose...being an artist. And featuring the work of Chicano artist Luis Gutierrez, of Arizona, USA.

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News With Nezua | El Pinche Taco!

News With Nezua | El Pinche Taco!

EL PINCHE TACO! Also, supporting community, gearing up for immigration reform, and a national day of action in Arizona!

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Weekly Diaspora: Real Immigration Reform in 2010

Weekly Diaspora: Real Immigration Reform in 2010

IS IT EVER 'THE RIGHT TIME' to pass immigration reform and a path to legalization? The short answer? Yes. Our national economic situation dictates that we are smart about the resources available to us all. And it remains a moral imperative to always apply or adjust our laws to protect the most vulnerable of us.