By Lee Hernandez | 10/07/2010 - 17:22 | 0 Comments
According to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennesse—there’s no doubt about it.
Last night, the museum honored Longoria-Parker with a Freedom Award for her philanthropy, her advocacy for Latino rights, and her unwavering commitment to peace, justice and equality.
Eva was positively giddy to be...
By Mariela Rosario | 02/04/2010 - 18:00 | 4 Comments
Day laborers in Costa Mesa, California have filed a lawsuit against the city after police dressed in plain clothes posed as employers and subsequently arrested dozens of workers attempting to solicit jobs. Costa Mesa, a small city about 35 miles outside of Los Angeles, passed an ordinance outlawing work solicitation in 2005. They also managed to shut down a labor center...
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