Arizona’s new law requiring local and state police to arrest suspected undocumented immigrants is scheduled to go into effect tomorrow, unless a federal judge rules otherwise.
Valeria Fernandez in Phoenix cuts through the rhetoric and finds there actually is common ground between opponents and supporters of Arizona’s new immigration law.
Lawsuits against SB 1070; immigration’s impact on cities; the cancelation of a meeting between U.S. and Mexico governors–here’s a summary of this week’s immigration news.
A new independent media project is sifting through the immigration debate in Arizona and providing on-the-ground accounts of SB 1070 developments.
The Obama administration has sued the state of Arizona, setting the stage for a battle over states’ rights and immigration enforcement.
After a two year battle, voters in the small Nebraska city approve a measure that will essentially make it impossible for paperless immigrants to live or work within city-limits.
The U.S. Secretary of State told a reporter on Ecuadorian TV that the Justice Department is planning to file a suit against Arizona’s SB 1070.
10 year old Katherine Figueroa traveled to Washington, D.C. to speak to members of Congress about the potential impact of Arizona’s SB 1070 on children.
Fi2W’s Valeria Fernandez produced a radio feature for Latino USA on last week’s big protest in Phoenix against SB 1070.
June 1st was marked by more acts of civil disobedience in New York City, as the pressure for legislators to move on immigration ramps up.