26/06/09 a 12:16am por Maribel Hastings Pasada la reunión migratoria en la Casa Blanca comienza realmente la presión de todos los sectores involucrados, unos para que la reforma migratoria integral se haga realidad, y otros para, una vez más, impedirla. El presidente Barack Obama y el vicepresidente Joe Biden... Continue »
The Washington Post-ABC News conducted a telephone poll of 1,072 adults from April 21- 24, 2009. The poll had a margin of error of +/-3%. Sixty-one percent of respondents supported a program allowing undocumented immigrants in the United States to live here legally after meeting certain requirements.To the question... Continue »
Guest blogger Yvette Schock: "Over the past several weeks people of faith around the country and the world marked the holy feasts of Passover and Easter. They gathered to hear again sacred stories that tell of slavery and the struggle for freedom, of sojourners traveling in strange lands,... Continue »
Weekly feature by Nezua, TMC MediaWire Blogger: As the U.S. moves closer and closer to enacting immigration reform, the situation on the ground is evolving as well. Nothing is static for an issue that touches so many people across so many communities. This week’s wire follows up on trends... Continue »
A call by some Latino pastors this month to boycott the 2010 Census, unless immigration reform passes, could have dramatic and undesired consequences. That is why the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, and a range of national Latino advocacy organizations are speaking out in support... Continue »