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T Don Hutto : America’s Baby Jail

T Don Hutto is a retrofitted prison used, as of 2006, to house immigrant and asylum-seeking children with their families. I have written a little about our protests regarding Hutto, but not much about the details of this baby jail. The children at Hutto have done nothing wrong, and their parents have not been charged with […]

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Honduras Right-Wing Coup In Honduras

Here is the complete statement from Union del Barrio regarding the coup Our Most Sincere Solidarity to the Honduran People and the Legitimate Government of Manuel Zelaya June 28, 2009 The sister republic of Honduras currently faces a brutal campaign brought about by the most reactionary sectors of the country. The goal of this campaign […]

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Alex Sanchez and Nativo Lopez arrested last week

Two influential, effective and progressive Raza leaders were arrested last week. Alex Sanchez was arrested for apparently consipiracy of murder?, extortion and assault, while Nativo Lopez was arrested for election and voter registration fraud. I first learned about Alex Sanchez’s story on a documentary about a gang called MS-13. Mostly anyone growing up in Houston […]

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Another High-Profile Latino Leader Arrested

Yesterday I posted that the Executive Director of Homies Unidos was arrested.  Today, an arrest warrant for Nativo Lopez was issued. Looks like they’re coming after us. Read this quote from the LA Times. We are on the brink of a social explosion! I guess we better learn our place quickly, right? Felony charges have […]

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The Mortgage Mess and Minorities Part 1

By now, we have heard how subprime mortgages have wreaked havoc upon the international economy. We have also heard of the disproportionate impact that the mortgage mess has had on minorities. I am in a unique position to comment on this because I have been in the mortgage business for seven years. I was there […]

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Executive Director of Homies Unidos Arrested

  Nationally recognized ‘gang peacemaker’ arrested in gang sweep<http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/06/nationally-recognized-gang-leader-arrested-in-gang-sweep.html> 10:13 AM | June 24, 2009 [image: Sanchez]<http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/.a/6a00d8341c630a53ef011571523a5a970b-pi>A nationally recognized anti-gang leader was among those named in a federal indictment targeting several Mara Salvatrucha gang members who authorities said today have been involved in multiple slayings, extortion and assaults. Alex Sanchez, executive director of Homies Unidos […]

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Houston’s Response To The Massacre In Peru

Different organization and individuals are gearing up to denounce the government of Peru’s massacre of peaceful indigenous protesters. With a tentative name of Defense of Our Mother Tonantzin, the collective strongly believes that all Chicanos/Mexicanos, along with many others in this hemisphere, are indigenous (native peoples). (I believe this too). “We use this term, indigenous, […]

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Please join

Today, I announce that I have been appointed campaign manager for a new campaign. Well not, really. What’s politics without a little satire and humor? Earlier this year, Bill White, mayor of Houston, asked to “expedite” the implementation of 287g, to the disappointment and surprise of his long-time liberal backers. This is a program which […]

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Mesoamerican Cosmovision Conference @Houston Comm Coll 6/25-6/26

ANCIENT MESOAMERICAN COSMOVISION CONFERENCE June 25 and 26, 2009 Sponsors: Houston Community College’s Mexican-American/Latino Program and the Museum Guadalupe Aztlan of Houston, Texas. Location and Time: Thursday and Friday, Southeast College, 6815 Rustic, Houston, TX. 77087, Lecture Hall, (Angela Morales Bldg.) 8:30 AM – 3 PM Art Exhibit Opening:and Reception – Friday, June 26, 7pm […]

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Hundreds Converge On Taylor, Texas to Demand The Shut Down of Hutto

A group of about two hundred fifty protesters came from all over the state of Texas to demand the shut down of Hutto, a prison which houses immigrant children and families even though they have committed no crime. About fifty people from Houston, TX attended, most of which drove together in a caravan. After meeting […]

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