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Census fined for rejecting Black, Latino applicants

In 2010, the Census Bureau rejected 450,000 black and Latino job applicants because of a flawed criminal

Supreme Court divided on immigration bill

The U.S. Supreme Court reportedly appeared divided on a challenge to President Barack Obama’s immigration

Breaking down the diversity of Latino voters

In Latin América, everyone’s different. Uruguayans and Argentines have similar accents, but hate when

$6 dollars for twelve hours in the fields

Some of the farmworkers who make it possible for U.S. consumers to have berries for breakfast are paid about $6

Federal Appeals Court Reaffirms Arizona ...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 6, 2016 CONTACT ​Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona,, 602-773-6007 Inga Sarda-Sorensen, ACLU National, 
Posted On 30 Apr 2016

Traditional people are moved off their land

Several years ago, on a brisk spring day in the wild reaches of northeastern Arizona, I was helping an elderly grandmother scrape kernels off a bushel’s worth of dried corn cobs. She spoke no English and I knew little Navajo, …
Posted On 30 Apr 2016

Dispatches from the field in Colombia

  Just after 6 a.m., a container ship docks at the Buenaventura port in Colombia. At the gate, José shows the receipt for his daylong health insurance coverage to a man behind a makeshift desk. “Okay, you have work today,” …
Posted On 30 Apr 2016

A new chapter in history: US and Cuba relations

By President Barack Obama   Last week, we made it official—I’m going to Cuba. When Michelle and I go to Havana next month, it will be the first visit of a U.S. president to Cuba in nearly 90 years. And …
Posted On 27 Feb 2016