Redistricting the NYC Council: A Battle We Must Fight

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Posted: Jul 18, 2012

With Latino political power at stake, individuals and organizations should closely monitor the redistricting process underway.

 

‘Keep K-Town Whole’ Demand L.A. Koreans

 

Korea Times, News Report, Sangwoo Park/ Translated by Peter Schurmann, Posted: Mar 09, 2012

Some 200 Korean American activists crowded into Los Angeles’ City Hall this past week to demand a voice in the redistricting process.

 

Koreatown Angry Over LA's Proposed Redistricting Plan

 

Southern California Public Radio, News Report, Frank Stoltze, Posted: Feb 14, 2012

A plan to redraw city council districts in Los Angeles is stirring tension in Koreatown.

Fil-Ams Worry Over Neighborhood in SF Redistricting

 

Filamstar.net, News Report, Posted: Feb 06, 2012

Despite the overwhelming support from the Filipino community, advocacy groups are uneasy about the final outcome of the ongoing redistricting of San Francisco’s District 11.

Proposed redistricting map in Boston falls on color lines

 

Bay State Banner, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2012

Advocates say the redrawing would create four districts where people of color make up a clear majority of the voting age population, giving them a stronger voice on the council.

APIs Urged to Let Voices Be Heard in Redistricting

 

Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Jan 15, 2012

Whether Little Tokyo will remain in the 9th Council District or Koreatown will be united into one district will depend on the redrawn map of the Los Angeles City Council. A 21-member citizens commission is seeking input from the public and Asian Pacific Islanders are urged to get involved.

 

LA Voters' Political Voice Hangs on Redistricting Commission

 

New America Media, News Report, Suzanne Manneh and Jose Luis Sierra, Posted: Jan 09, 2012

Voting in Los Angeles is getting a facelift. A city commission will re-map 15 districts that will affect everything from schools to ethnic representation at City Hall.

 

Redistricting Mobilizes San Francisco Filipinos

 

New America Media, News Report, Rene Ciria-Cruz, Posted: Jan 05, 2012

Redistricting plans for San Francisco have galvanized the city's Filipino community as it seeks to protect and possibly enhance its political clout.

 

Redistricting Could Cut Caribbean American Voices

 

Caribbean Today, News Report, Dawn Davis, Posted: Nov 08, 2011

Redistricting threatens to undermine minority voting power across the country, including that of the Caribbean community.

 

Ouster of AZ Redistricting Chair Discourages Latino Voters

 

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula, Posted: Nov 08, 2011

The effort to recall Arizona's Independent Redistricting Commission Chair Colleen Mathis has dented voter sentiment among Latinos.

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