Archive | November 2nd, 2012

Exhibit Chronicles the Latin Alternative Music Scene in Photos

2. November 2012

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It’s hard to believe, but when the Rock en Español  and Latin Alternative-themed “Siempre es Hoy” photography exhibition opens this Saturday in SanTana, it will be the first ever event of its kind in Southern California. Presented by the locals of SolArt Radio and La Banda Elastica, the exhibit, which will be held at the […]

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Federal Judge Issues ‘Reasonably Insufficient’ Ruling Stemming from Fullerton Factory Raid

2. November 2012

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In an October 25 ruling, a federal judge decided that Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted a reasonable records search in response to a complaint filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The case follows a June 2010 ICE raid on Terra Universal factory in Fullerton where 43 undocumented workers were arrested. The ACLU of […]

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Update: Hermandad Mexicana Issues Statement in Response, Alters Logo

2. November 2012

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Hermandad Mexicana Latinoamericana has provided to the Weekly a response to the OC DREAM Team‘s contention that it had lifted their recognizable logo for DACA application fliers without permission. “Hermandad Mexicana Nacional and Latinoamericana were among the first founders of the local and national dream youth movement for visas and legalization, which ultimately succeeded in […]

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