‘Qué Pasa’ in Immigration: Tacos for Justice; Census distrust; ankle bracelets

by Maribel Hastings on 02/25/2010 at 11:19am

The buzz continues in the Spanish-language press around actions in support of immigration reform and the March 21st march in Washington. EFE recounts an interview with a cook on a food-service truck in Los Angeles who told the news service, between preparing orders of tacos and burritos, how happy he is to be participating in “Tacos for Justice” (“Tacos para la Justicia”) because the movement will allow him to do his part “to win immigration reform and keep families together.” Articles in Hoy (Laredo, TX), Noticia Hispanoamericana (New York), La Prensa (Orlando) and Frontera (Tijuana) also refer to pro-reform activities.

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