Posts tagged "Arizona"

Journalists and developers combine forces, explore immigrant issues at MigraHack

Journalists and developers combine forces, explore immigrant issues at MigraHack
It was a busy weekend for some of us at The Chicago Reporter. By 9 a.m. on Saturday, we were already glued to our computers at Cibola, a tech incubator community space in Pilsen, and it was nearly 6 p.m. before we ventured out into the evening’s chill. This wasn’t for a work project–it was... Read more »

Undocumented Life: Parts of Arizona immigration law struck down, but "show me your papers" provision still stands

While Monday’s Supreme Court ruling struck down parts of Arizona’s punitive immigration bill, SB1070, it upheld what to many fighting for immigration reform and justice is the most troubling part of the law. The sections that were ruled unconstitutional had required immigrants to carry immigration papers at all times, banned undocumented immigrants from soliciting work... Read more »

Race and poverty roundup: See ya G8, foreclosure crisis hits churches and Honda comes under pressure

What’s moving in the world of race and poverty, on Chicago Muckrakers weekly. In a gasp heard around the city, Chicagoans found out that the long-planned G8 summit would no longer be held in Chicago. Instead, the leaders of the world’s most powerful nations will meet at Camp David. Occupy Chicago celebrated with a victory... Read more »
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