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Leaders of La Coordinadora 2014 (The National Coordinating Committee for Fair and Humane Immigration Reform) claim that the Latino electorate is divided due to the Democratic Party's desperate gamble to protect control of the Senate, and pressured Obama’s delay of his promised “executive action on immigrants by the end of summer”.
In a controversial declaration published on September 23, 2014 by the National Institute for Latino Policy, they declare on behalf of La Coordinadora 2014, that:
“Dolores Huerta is only the latest to try and pull Obama's chestnuts out of the fire with her recent quote from a VOXXI.com interview (http://voxxi.com/2014/09/24/latino-leaders-wrong-obama-immigration/ ]http://voxxi.com/2014/09/24/latino-leaders-wrong-obama-immigration/), "We have to look at the big picture and don't get caught up in saying we want it now." "...we are a community that can wait." And, "we have to have faith in our president..." How ironic that she expresses no anger at the 70,000 to 100,000 more deportations Obama's delay will provoke. Multi-millionaire Henry Cisneros, former Secretary of HUD under President Clinton, has repeatedly railed against immigrant advocates for demanding of the president "not one more deportation." Disgraced and separated vice president of the Service Employees International Union, Eliseo Medina, has probably been the most protective of Obama at every turn. And, Cecilia Muñoz, Director of Domestic Policy Council, and Assistant to President Obama, has been the White House's pit-bull in silencing critics of the deportation machine.”
TProfessor Armando Vazquez-Ramos at 562-972-0986 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional questions or comments.
Centro Latino for Literacy (Centro Latino) celebrates the accomplishments of adult literacy graduates whose drive and persistence to learn reading, writing, and arithmetic is nothing short of inspirational.
This evening Manuel Pastor, Ph.D., Co-Director, USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration will be recognized as our 2014 Literacy Champion at our Pre Graduation Contributor’s Reception. Dr. Pastor, a strong adult literacy advocate, has helped raise the profile of Centro Latino’s adult literacy solutions.
The graduation celebration will feature Keynote Speaker, Oscar E. Cruz, President and CEO at Families in Schools, and MC, Azalea Iñiguez, News Reporter at Telemundo 52 KVEA Los Angeles.
For information contact:
President & CEO
Centro Latino for Literacy
1709 W. 8th Street, Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Our June 22 10pmET show:
We talk with Frances Negrón Muntaner about a "The Latino Media Gap" study that explores the problems with U.S. media and Latino representation.
We cover the great, the bad and the ugly at World Cup 2014 with Rafael Collazo of Ray's Podcast.
Walter Dominguez is a Southern California born and raised Latino documentary filmmaker.
Walter wrote, directed and produced his new independently made documentary feature film, Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery, which follows Walter’s twelve year search to find his grandfather Emilio’s roots in 19th century Mexico and early 20th century Los Angeles.
His quest reveals Emilio’s deep friendship with one of Mexico’s great revolutionary heroes, Práxedis G. Guerrero, and their courageous and idealistic struggle to free Mexico of its oppressive dictator, Porfirio Díaz.
Walter brings to this award-winning film his unique sensibility as a storyteller and his perspective as an American Latino. Walter’s skills are a result of his extensive background as a director, assistant director, 2nd unit director, writer and producer in Hollywood studio features, television series, independent features, and documentary video production.
His credits as an assistant director include The Andromeda Strain, and Oklahoma Crude for Hollywood legends Robert Wise and Stanley Kramer, Play It As It Lays from auteur filmmaker Frank Perry, and Steven Ihnat’s contemporary western The Honkers. He has directed 2nd-unit for the cult thriller feature, Devil Times Five, as well as for Frank Perry’s Play It As It Lays.
He has been a member of the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) since 1972, as well as a member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), Film Independent (FIND), and the International Documentary Association (IDA).
Walter is a graduate of Occidental College, having majored in history, and he did graduate work in Cinema Studies at the USC School of Cinema.
He has been married to veteran actress Shelley Morrison since 1973.
So after we published a story from Pocho.com about the California realtor who filmed her outrage about a Mexican flag on the lawn of a private home and we discussed our reaction to it on last Sunday's show, Tressy Capps, the woman who made the video, reached out to us and said she would like to be on our show.
This Sunday night at 10pmET/7pmPT, Capps will join us. We did let her know that we will be asking tough questions, but she did agree to join us, so she will.
Welcome to the DRY RUN of Latino Rebels Radio. Expect mistakes, tech issues, audio issues, etc. but we are going to do this and we will refine it for our launch.
Recapping our top moments from our community this week, including:
What did the East Harlem explosion really tell us?
The Houston principal who lost her job because she wanted to ban students from speaking Spanish.
The best comments of the week.
Even some surprise guests
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Tonight we recap the stories that grabbed our attention for all the wrong reasons. From a shutdown all ports protest that never was to a Coldwell Banker Realtor playing flag wars. Tune in as we discuss these stories and much more. Be part of the show by dialing (347) 308-8633
Teen hosts Yanira and Suzy commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month by discussing what their Hispanic heritage means to them, stereotypes and misconceptions about the Latino population, and what our society can do to encourage today's Latino youth to make a difference in their communities.
Ana Celia Zentella, the daughter of a Puerto Rican mother and Mexican father, was born and raised in the S. Bronx. Now Professor Emerita (Hunter College/ CUNY and UCSD), she is an anthro-political linguist internationally recognized for her research on U.S. Latino languages, language socialization, "Spanglish", and "English-only" laws.
Her community ethnography, Growing up Bilingual: Puerto Rican Children in NY (1997), won awards from the British Ass’n. of Applied Linguistics and the American Ass’n. of Latina and Latino Anthropologists. She has also edited three volumes, Building on Strength: Language and Literacy in Latino Families and Communities (2005), Multilingual San Diego (2009), and Multilingual Philadelphia (2010). Spanish in New York: Language contact, dialectal leveling, and structural continuity (2012) was co-authored with Ricardo Otheguy.
In 1996, Manhattan's Borough President, Ruth Messinger, declared October 30 “Doctor Ana Celia Zentella Day", for “her leading role in building appreciation for language diversity and respect for language rights.” From 2010-2012, Professor Zentella led the Language and Social Justice Committee of the American Anthropology Association.
Time for a preview of the NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE SOCIAL STUDIES Boston-based Annual Conference with Executive Director Susan Griffin and President Michelle Herczog. Most important news about the conference...I'll be there...I taught Social Studies!