Leaders of the House Subcommittee on Immigration profess concern about people of color and American workers, but voting records show differently. America's Voice Education Fund exposes their hypocrisy.
Under the direction of the new Republican leadership of the House Judiciary Committee, the House Immigration Subcommittee will conduct a hearing tomorrow entitled, "Making Immigration Work for American Minorities."
Leaders of the Subcommittee, Reps. Lamar Smith, Elton Gallegly, and Steve King, are professing profound concern for people of color and American workers. But their voting records tell an entirely different story, and America's Voice Education Fund (AVEF) is exposing the rank hypocrisy behind their strategy.
Today, the Center for American Progress (CAP) and America's Voice hosted a panel entitled "Spanish-Language Media and the Issues that Move Latino Voters."
"Justice will come. I'm sure." That's what pop-singer and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Shakira, told the AP when asked about newly proposed anti-immigration legislation.
A one pager on the influence of the Spanish-Language media with the growing Hispanic population.
The Center for American Progress (CAP) and America's Voice will be hosting a panel entitled "Spanish-Language Media and the Issues that Move Latino Voters" at CAP headquarters in Washington, DC.
When D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier heard about a new federal immigration enforcement program last year, she said it could have prevented eight killings in the city in the previous two years.
The Center for American Progress will be hosting a panel on the impact of Spanish-language media this coming Monday, February 28, from 12 noon to 1:30 pm. We'll be streaming the event live.
Pew Hispanic Center is out with a new poll. Though they want to focus on letting us know that the "Public Favors Tougher Border Controls and Path to Citizenship" (we already knew that), more relevant to current immigration news is this: Americans don't want to change the 14th Amendment's...