La Opinión: Voter ID Laws Supress Minority Votes

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

An editorial in Spanish-language daily La Opinión calls efforts to mandate voter ID laws an "underhanded way to achieve other objectives" -- the suppression of votes by seniors, minorities and young people, those who tend to support Democrats.




Want To Report Airport Racial Profiling? There’s an App for That

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

Since Sept. 11, Sikhs have been subjected to ethnic and religious profiling at the airport that the community has struggled for years to combat.




Argentina: 35th Anniversary of Mothers of Plaza de Mayo

Memory in Latin America, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

On April 30, 1977, a group of women met in the Plaza de Mayo to appeal for information about the whereabouts of their "disappeared" children.




Racist Photo Used in Puerto Rico Election Campaign

El Nuevo Día, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

A new controversy over the use of racist language against political candidates emerged in the Popular Democratic Party (PPD) candidate's campaign for resident commissioner, Rafael Cox Alomar.




Korean Christians Protest Lady Gaga Concert

Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

Lady Gaga kicked off her “Born This Way Ball” world tour in Seoul Friday, despite a ban on those under 18 and protests from Christian groups.




Proceso Journalist Killed in Mexico

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

Mexican journalist Regina Martínez, who worked for Proceso Magazine in the Mexican state of Veracruz, was found dead in her home April 28, 2012.




Chinese Fisherman Attack S. Korean Inspectors

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

Four South Korean fishing inspectors were wounded in a scuffle with ax-wielding Chinese fishermen Monday.




SEIU Files Groundbreaking NAFTA Complaint Against HB 56

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 30, 2012

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and a Mexican labor lawyers group today filed a groundbreaking complaint with Mexico’s Department of Labor challenging Alabama’s anti-immigrant law HB 56 under the supplemental labor agreement of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).




Korean Media Look Back on LA Riots

Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 29, 2012

A report in the Korea Daily notes much of mainstream media’s coverage of the anniversary of the Los Angeles riots has ignored the Korean community.




'FREE Viet Nam Act’ introduced in D.C.

Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Apr 28, 2012

“We need to put Viet Nam on notice that it cannot continue to violate human rights and expect preferred trade relations with the United States,” Lofgren said. “The FREE Viet Nam Act gives us the tools we need to not only send the right message to Viet Nam, but also to take action against Viet Nam for their continuous human rights violations.”




Tucson’s Ousted Mexican-American Studies Director Speaks: The Fight’s Not Over

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 28, 2012

Educators have gone straight to the source, trying to challenge the basic constitutionality of HB 2281 in Arizona.




Hundreds Protest SB 1070 in Phoenix

Prensa Hispana, News Report, Maritza Lizeth Félix, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

More than 300 people took to the streets in Phoenix to protest Arizona's immigration law SB 1070 on Wednesday.




ICE to Give Leniency to Those Arrested for Minor Traffic Violations

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today that if it identifies an undocumented immigrant through Secure Communities, from only a minor traffic violation, ICE will not keep him or her in custody until there is a conviction.




After Review, ICE Puts 16K of 300K Deportation Cases on Hold

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

Immigration officials have suspended 16,544 deportation cases and are moving steadily through a review of nearly 300,000 cases in the deportation queue, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced this week.




Rep. Gutierrez: 'Great' Meeting with Rubio on Alternative DREAM Act

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

A key Democratic congressman said Wednesday that he was encouraged by a meeting with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) over his plan to introduce a pared-down version of the DREAM Act.




LA Metro Cut Services, Violated Civil Rights

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

An editorial in La Opinión argues that the Los Angeles MTA had "no excuse" for failing to protect the civil rights of minority passengers.




Report Finds DHS's Border Strategy Ineffective

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

A new report calls for the re-evaluation of U.S.-Mexico border policies, that may have reached the limit of their effectiveness.




Pressing Vietnam on Human Rights

Diacritics, News Report, Posted: Apr 27, 2012

The song “Viet Nam Toi Dau (Where Is My Vietnam)?” raises the issues of the Chinese invasion and the islands of Paracel and Spratley. Viet Khang sings about all of the embarrassing concessions that the Vietnamese government has made to China, and asks when it all went so wrong.




Senate Passes Violence Against Women Act

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 26, 2012

In a bipartisan vote of 68 - 31, the U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which gives women protections and recourse against domestic violence and abuse.




La Opinión Looks Back at Rodney King Riots

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 26, 2012

Twenty years after the Rodney King riots, Los Angeles Spanish-language newspaper La Opinión takes a look back at its front-page coverage of the riots and what has -- and hasn't -- changed in the city since then.




China to Offer More 'Green Cards'

China Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 25, 2012

China is mulling more permanent residency permits, easier visa-free entry and greater incentives to attract foreign expertise.




Inspection of US Beef Imports Intensified

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 25, 2012

Following the first case of mad cow disease in the United States in five years, the Korean government decided Wednesday to intensify inspections of U.S. beef.




Showdown Time for SB 1070

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 25, 2012

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a state has the right to pass its own immigration regulations.




California Pols Move to Keep Immigrant Families Unified During Deportation

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 25, 2012

A California state legislative committee voted unanimously last week in support of a bill that will strengthen the rights of parents arrested by local police and those held for additional time because of their immigration status. The new rules are designed to combat a problem uncovered by Colorlines.com, in which parents stuck in detention are unable to remain engaged with their children in foster care.




Hispanic Consumers: Young, Mobile, Growing

Nielsen Wire, News Report, Posted: Apr 25, 2012

A Nielsen study on Hispanic consumers identifies several unique characteristics that make Hispanics the largest population group to exhibit culture sustainability--ever.




As SB 1070 Heads to Court, a Father’s Case Reveals the Larger Problem

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 24, 2012

A New York father faces deportation to Argentina, likely because he went into diabetic shock and had the poor luck to be met by police officers who arrested him, instead of sought aid for him.




Community Unites to Protect Elderly

Filamstar.net, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

San Mateo Supervisor Adrienne Tissier is leading the call to action to protect the elderly through policy, engagement and education.




Vietnamese Math Whiz Elected to Prestigious US Academy

Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

Chau, who teaches at the University of Chicago, won the Fields Medal in 2010. That is the mathematics version of the Nobel Prize.




Philippine, China Sea Dispute Heats Up in Cyberspace

China Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

Chinese and Filipino hackers "exchanged fire" in cyberspace over the weekend, adding to recent tensions over disputes in the South China Sea.




Author Discovers Over 100 Arab Immigrants Died in Titanic

Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

The author of a book on the Titanic says history and Hollywood have forgotten the over 100 Arab passengers on board.




Filipino Priest Wins Goldman Enviro Prize

Asian Journal, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

Father Edwin “Edu” Gariguez of the Philippines was named one of six recipients for this year’s Goldman Environmental Prize.




No Miranda Rights for Immigrants?

American Immigration Council, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

The American Immigration Council on Friday challenged a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals that immigrants who are arrested without a warrant do not need to receive certain Miranda-like warnings before being interrogated.




Congressional Candidate Chen Earns Endorsement from Mineta

Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

Small business owner Jay Chen, a candidate for Congress, announced Tuesday that former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta and his leadership PAC, America’s Opportunity Fund, are backing Chen’s election efforts.




The New Rodney King: Abuse on the Border

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 23, 2012

The 2010 video of a man lying down while Border Patrol agents Taser him is "horrifyingly similar" the video of the beating of Rodney King, according to an editorial in La Opinión.




Republican Legislator Proposes to Revise DREAM Act

La Opinion, News Report, Posted: Apr 20, 2012

Senator Marco Rubio plans to unveil his version of the DREAM Act, which would provide undoucmented youth access to the current visa system, and would eventually lead to citizenship.




Putin to Gain Korean Son-in-Law?

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 20, 2012

Rumors are swirling in South Korea around the possible marriage of a retired admiral’s son to the daughter of Russia's president-elect.




Caregiver Research Project Launched

Filamstar.net, News Report, Posted: Apr 20, 2012

Filipino caregiver research project will gather data on working conditions for caregivers in the SF Bay Area.




U.S. Rep Alleges China Helping North With ICBMs

Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 19, 2012

A U.S. lawmaker has formally requested the Obama administration examine reports of possible missile cooperation between North Korea and China.




Funeral Held for Man Who Inspired Tiananmen Protest

KTSF, News Report, Posted: Apr 19, 2012

Fang Lizhi, whose speeches inspired student protesters during the 1989 Tiananmen student movement, was buried this past week.




In S. Korea, Bullying Claims Another Life

Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 18, 2012

Police said a middle school boy, thought to have been bullied by his classmates, jumped to his death from a 20-story apartment building.




Google, Facebook may be asked to open rep offices in Vietnam

Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Apr 18, 2012

Google and Facebook may have to open offices in Viet Nam to provide their services for locals.




Demand to Include Central Am. Nations on Census

Proceso Digital, News Report, Posted: Apr 18, 2012

Pro-immigrant organizations will ask the U.S. Census Bureau to include Central American countries on the forms of the next decennial Census.




Filipino American Named to Guam Cabinet

GMANews.tv, News Report, Posted: Apr 17, 2012

A Filipino American, Alfredo Antolin, Jr., is among the new Cabinet members who took their oaths before Guam Governor Eddie Baza Calvo.




Concern Among Parents in China After USC Shootings

World Journal, News Report, Vivian Po, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

he fatal shooting of two Chinese international students last week at the University of Southern California (USC) has caused concern among parents in China and could lead to a decline of Chinese students on the campus, reports the World Journal.




ICE Could Deport Mother Suffering From Postpartum Depression

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

Noelia Ramos, mother of a two-month old son and a four-year old girl, who was arrested as part of the raid on the Michael Bianco factory in New Bedford, Mass. along with 300 other workers on March 6, 2007, is reportedly suffering from postpartum depression.




China Urges Philippine Vessel to Withdraw

China Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

China on Monday urged a Philippine archaeological ship to immediately leave the waters of Huangyan Island in the South China Sea.




Jim Yong Kim Selected to Lead World Bank

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

The World Bank chose Korean-born physician Jim Yong Kim as its new president on Monday.




BP Accused of Open Anti-Viet Racism

Bolsavik.come, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

The complaint involves BP’s Vessels of Opportunity (V.o.O.) program, which hires local fishing boats to join the cleanup. It was part of BP’s efforts to mitigate the losses suffered by fishermen who were grounded by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.




Tupac Hologram at Coachella

The Root, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

Tupac Shakur was resurrected this weekend for a performance at the Coachella 2012 music festival ... at least that's what it looked like.




What Would a Romney Presidency Mean for Immigration?

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

Judging by the poisitions Mitt Romney has taken on immgration during his campaign so far, a Romney presidency would include support for states to pass their own immigration laws; persuing a version of the DREAM Act that does not include a path to citizenship; and making the online work-authorization system E-Verify mandatory for all employers nationwide.




Obama Promises Immigration Reform in First Year of Second Term

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

I can promise that I will try to do it in the first year of my second term. I want to try this year. The challenge we’ve got on immigration reform is very simple.




Teaching the Bracero Program in CA Schools

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 16, 2012

California state Senator Kevin de Leon's proposed bill SB 993 would make the Bracero Program part of the curriculum taught in Grades 7 and 12 in California's public schools.




China Urges Calm After Failed N. Korean Launch

China Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 13, 2012

China called on all sides to keep in contact in the wake of the failed satellite launch by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).




Filipina Wins Seat in S. Korea Parliament

GMANews.TV, News Report, Posted: Apr 13, 2012

A Filipina, who is a naturalized Korean citizen, won a seat for proportional representation at the 19th Korean National Assembly, becoming the first Korean parliamentarian from the growing immigrant Korean community.




Hilary Rosen vs. Ann Romney -- Distracting You from the Real Issues

Feministing.com, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

Blogger Zerlina writes for Feministing.com that the stay-at-home mom conversation is a distraction from the real issues in the 2012 election.




Study: Impact of Undocumented Workers on Wages ‘Negligible’

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

A recent study by economists at the Atlanta Federal Reserve may discredit one of the most common arguments used to justify state-based immigration crackdown laws.




Punishment and Profits: Al Jazeera Visits Immigration Detention

Al Jazeera, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

Al Jazeera's Fault Lines travels to Texas and Florida to investigate the business of immigrant detention in the United States.




S. Koreans Abroad No-Show in Voter Turnout

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

South Korea went to the polls Wednesday. And while overseas Koreans were allowed to vote for the first time, only 2 percent actually did.




Atlanta Lawyer Shoots Korean Husband, Then Herself

Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

An Atlanta-based lawyer shot and killed her Korean husband Tuesday night in a parking lot outside the legal offices of where the two worked.




Who Is the Real Mitt Romney?

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 12, 2012

Winning the trust of voters is indeed Romney's big challenge.




Bomb Threat Forces Korean Air Flight to Make Emergency Landing

Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 11, 2012

A Korean Air Boeing 777 was forced to make an emergency landing in western Canada shortly after takeoff Tuesday.




Asian American Groups, Including JACL, Call for Further Investigation in Trayvon Martin Killing

Pacific Citizen, News Report, Posted: Apr 11, 2012

George Zimmerman (left) fatally shot Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26. There are still no arrests in the case that has sparked outrage across the nation.




Maricopa County’s Former Top Prosecutor Andrew Thomas Disbarred

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 11, 2012

Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and his onetime deputy, Lisa Aubuchon, will be disbarred effective May 10 by the Arizona ethics panel for failed corruption probes.




Media Cautious on Tulsa Killings

The Root, News Report, Posted: Apr 11, 2012

Maybe it's the Trayvon Martin case, or maybe it's just the system working as it should, but news organizations are moving cautiously on the story.




Less Than Half of 3K Detained in ICE Sweeps Convicted of Felonies

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

For nearly a year now, the Obama Administration has promised to streamline the immigration enforcement system, focusing on serious criminals. It's a false promise.




Marlins Suspend Guillen for Five Games After Pro-Castro Remarks

El Nuevo Herald, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

Miami Marlins manager Oswaldo "Ozzie" Guillén was suspended for five games Tuesday as a result of his pro-Castro remarks.




Border Patrol Turns to Foreign Media to Discourage Unauthorized Border Crossings

Univision News, News Report, Juan Gastelum, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

The federal government is turning to Mexican and Central American media outlets to warn potential migrants of the dangers of trying to enter the U.S. illegally.




Zimmerman Launches Website to Ask for Money

La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

Suspected shooter George Zimmerman launched a website to seek donations for his legal expenses.




CA State Immigration Bill Vies for Spot on November Ballot

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

The California Opportunity and Prosperity Act, or COPA, would allow undocumented immigrants to join a state immigration registry.




New Migrant Worker Health Plan Offers Binational Care

Hispanic Trending, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2012

Migrant workers who split time between Mexico and Bakersfield could now have access to medical insurance on both sides of the border, thanks to a new plan targeting Kern County's large mobile labor force.




Small-town America meets Vietnam

Nguoi Viet, News Report, Posted: Apr 09, 2012

A pair of businessmen from Viet Nam bought the town of Buford, Wyo., today at auction with a $900,000 bid, according to media reports.




Filipinos Among the Least Rude in the World -- Survey

Inquirer.net, News Report, Ghost Author, Posted: Apr 09, 2012

The Philippines is among the least rude countries for foreign tourists, a survey by a leading European travel site showed.




Ending the Silence: Asian Pacific Americans Urged to Increase HIV/AIDS Testing

Pacific Citizen, News Report, Posted: Apr 09, 2012

Asian Pacific Americans represent 2.8 percent of the total reported HIV/AIDS cases in California, but one in three APAs living with HIV doesn’t know it.




Sean Bell’s Fiancée Writes Open Letter to Trayvon Martin’s Parents

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 09, 2012

The fiancée of Sean Bell, the Queens man who was shot and killed by police outside a strip club on the night before his wedding in 2006, recently wrote an open letter to the parents of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin.




Miss. Business Sector Key to Defeat of Anti-Immigrant Bill

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 08, 2012

The state of Mississippi has a dark history when it comes to discrimination and racial segregation, like many other southern states. Yet, unlike its neighbors, an anti-immigrant state law was blocked there. And this is good news.




A Model to Forecast the Latino Vote?

NBC Latino, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2012

A group of Latino political scientists say they have come up with a way to measure how influential the Latino vote will be in November.




Drop in Latino Registered Voters Surprises Political Experts

Al Día, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2012

The number of Hispanic voters declined significantly between 2009 and 2010.




AOL Co-Founder Turns Attention to Immigration Reform

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 07, 2012

After a successful campaign for the Jobs Act, AOL Inc co-founder Steve Case says he’s ready to champion for immigration reform.




Most Ala. Businesses Missed E-Verify Deadline

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 07, 2012

The vast majority of businesses in the state failed to meet one of the requirements of Alabama’s H.B. 56 before the deadline, signaling continued confusion about the law.




Why Are There No Black US Senators?

The Root, News Report, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

Yes, an African American is serving as commander in chief. But looking for a black U.S. senator? Good luck with that.




Navajo Lose Ground on Labor Case

Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

The Navajo Nation lost some ground in its quest to ensure that employers on Navajo land adhere to tribal laws requiring Navajo preference in hiring.




DHS Releases Two Reports on Secure Communities

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Inspector-General (OIG) today released two reports regarding the Secure Communities federal immigration enforcement program.




Ala. Lawmakers Propose Changes to HB 56

American Immigration Council, News Report, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

On Thursday, lawmakers in Alabama introduced a bill proposing extensive changes to HB 56, the state’s notorious immigration enforcement law.




State of Women and Girls in CA's Santa Clara County

El Observador, News Report, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

The County of Santa Clara Office of Women’s Policy has released comprehensive report about the State of Women and Girls in Santa Clara County.




Filipina Runs for Seat in S. Korea Parliament

Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Apr 06, 2012

A Filipina is running for a seat in the South Korean Parliament in the April 11 elections.




Popular Latino Blogger Pulled From TucsonCitizen.com

Tucson Weekly, News Report, Posted: Apr 05, 2012

The Three Sonorans is no longer on the TucsonCitizen.com site.




Transgender Miss Universe Contestant Can Participate, But Debate Continues

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 05, 2012

Initially barred from competing in Canada’s Miss Universe pageant, transgender beauty queen Jenna Talackova is now allowed to participate.




A Latino VP? Marco Rubio's Limited Appeal

La Opinión, Commentary, Posted: Apr 05, 2012

It used to be unheard of, but now black and Latino presidential candidates are practically a requirement.




Pew Study: Latinos Identify by Countries of Origin

Pew Hispanic Center, News Report, Posted: Apr 05, 2012

A majority says they most often identify themselves by their family’s country of origin while just one-quarter says they prefer a pan-ethnic label like Latino or Hispanic.




Miss. Anti-Immigrant Law Dies in State Senate

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 04, 2012

A controversial bill cracking down on undocumented immigration died in the Mississippi state Senate after Sen. Hob Bryan, D-Amory, a judiciary committee chairman, chose not to bring it to a vote before a Tuesday deadline.




Amnesty International: US Immigration Policy Violates Human Rights

Amnesty International, News Report, Posted: Apr 04, 2012

Amnesty International's new report, "In Hostile Terrain: Human rights violations in immigration enforcement in the US Southwest," examines the human rights violations associated with immigration enforcement at the border and in the interior of the United States.




From Alabama to Berlin -- Civil Rights Leaders Ask Mercedes to Oppose HB 56

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Apr 04, 2012

Civil rights leaders traveled to Berlin this week to ask Mercedes executives to speak out against Alabama’s anti-immigrant law, HB 56.




Department of Justice Cuts Off Negotiations With Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 04, 2012

In December, the DOJ accused Arpaio’so office of engaging in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional policing, including racial profiling in traffic stops, immigration operations and discriminating against Spanish speakers in the county jails.




Obama Honors Filipina as 'Champion of Change'

Inquirer.net, News Report, Posted: Apr 04, 2012

A White House ceremony will honor a Filipino American woman as a “Champion of Change” for starting a crusade to help the youth when her own daughter got involved in drugs.




Will Myanmar Elections Disrupt Chinese Investments?

China Dialogue, News Report, Posted: Apr 03, 2012

China is Myanmar's largest investor and trading partner. How will democratization in the Southeast Asian nation impact the relationship?




'Three Amigos' Summit -- US, Mexico, Canada Talk Trade, Security

La Opinión, Editorial, Posted: Apr 03, 2012

Yesterday, U.S. President Barack Obama, Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met in Washington.




A 'Sex Strike' for Women's Rights in Texas?

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 03, 2012

An Austin, Texas women's group is proposing a "sex strike" April 28 - May 5 to draw attention to the state's crackdown on reproductive rights.




Deported Dad Returns for Son's Funeral

Mojado Citizen, News Report, Posted: Apr 03, 2012

A Mexican man will be finally able to travel to his 10-year-old son’s burial in Pennsylvania after immigration officials granted his request for humanitarian permission to enter the United States.




Forum Focuses on Strategies for Struggling Elders

Korea Daily, News Report, Joo Young Hwang, Posted: Apr 02, 2012

The struggles of ethnic elders in the Bay Area with job loss, rampant foreclosures, health care and poverty was the focus of a media briefing held this week by New America Media.




Colombia's FARC Frees its Last Hostages

Univision News, News Report, Posted: Apr 02, 2012

Colombia’s FARC guerrillas announced shortly before 6pm ET, that they liberated their last group of military hostages, handing them over to a humanitarian team led by the Red Cross and assisted by Brazilian airforce pilots.




ICE Deported More Than 46,000 Immigrants with U.S. Citizen Children Last Year, Report Finds

Immigration Impact, News Report, Michele Waslin, Posted: Apr 02, 2012

The new report finds that, between January and June 2011, ICE deported over 46,000 immigrants who claimed to have at least one U.S. citizen child.