Monday, October 24th, 2011
Since the harsh anti-immigrant law in Alabama went into effect last month, employers in the agriculture and restaurant industries have been dealing with the aftermath of labor shortages and even threats and boycotts for defending Latino workers. While farmers took the immediate hits following the law’s implementation, seeing an exodus of Latino laborers and watching
Friday, July 8th, 2011
By Zachary González East Austin, Texas — This part of town has historically been known for holding the largest Latino influence in the capitol city itself. However, apart from the changing culture of the Mexican immigrant neighborhoods, new...