NewsTaco Weekly Roundup: Nov. 6 – 12, 2011
Thanks for joining us for another week of NewsTaco news. We had some great stuff for you this week, including a big blow to the sponsor of SB 1070, the use of the word “illegal” in journalism, a bunch of super-cool cultural essays, immigration-related stories in California, Alabama, Georgia and nationally, and then current events.
Our current events this week included “conversion” therapies akin to torture in Ecuador, net neutrality, Latinos in poverty, President Obama leading in the polls and diabetes. Check it out, and thanks for sticking with us another week!
Sara’s Top Picks:
- Russell Pearce Recall About More Than Immigration
- Russell Pearce’s Recall Shows Power Of The Vote
- No One Is “Illegal,” Tell The Associated Press
- My Love-Hate Relationship With Machismo
- I Talk About The Hard Stuff Because I Think It’s Important
- The Rules Of Attraction Are Different In Mexico
- Is “Camioneta” Really More Correct Than “Troca”?
- The Story Of One Deported Latino Veteran
- One Way To Help Latina Entrepreneurs
- Despite Digital Divide Latinas Are Empowered By The Internet
- 600 Latino Youth Take Time To Think About Leadership
- Undocumented Youth Occupy Wells Fargo In Oakland
- Alabama’s Tough Immigration Law, 36 Days Later
- Obama’s Newest Immigration Policy Not Being Enforced
- Georgia Authorities Silence Immigrant Rights Advocate
- Clinics In Ecuador Use Torture To “Cure Homosexuality”
- Obama Tops Univision Polls, GOP Seen As Openly Hostile
- Net Neutrality Saved In The Senate
- Latinos Have The Highest Poverty Rate In The U.S.
- The Top 5 Things You Love That Will Give You Diabetes
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