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December 2013 Archives

Activists use fasts instead of fists to drive point home

In today’s society, many Riverside citizens may be directly or indirectly related to someone who is an immigrant or hails from an immigrant family. Due to this, many are already aware of the heated U.S. immigration law battle that is occurring and the rather shocking steps some activists are taking to draw attention to it.

Diversity could help Californian Latinos move forward

As residents of Riverside are aware, the issues around gaining a green card are currently facing a lot of debate and the potential for change. All immigration-related issues are getting a closer look now that the trouble with Congress has died down. However, some are concerned that the disorganization within the Latino population is doing more harm than good.

California shows concern for children of deported families

While those who live in Riverside are already well aware of how big of an impact immigration issues have on the country, the rest of the country is quickly catching up. This is due in part to recent family immigration and deportation issues, which have taken center stage in the argument for fixing our immigration system quickly.

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