The Week In Latino News
By Fox News Latino | 02/11/2011 - 11:58

The Week in Latino news starts off with a story on legislation denying birthright citizenship in Arizona coming to a vote next week.

baby crib

Read more
Push to End Birthright Citizenship Sparks Opposition
Push to End Birthright Citizenship Sparks Opposition in Arizona
By Lourdes Medrano | 02/01/2011 - 16:45

A push by Arizona lawmakers to deny citizenship to children of illegal immigrants has spawned two separate efforts to oust the architect of the proposed legislation from office.

Read more
Paul & Vitter
Birthright Citizenship Protected By Constitution, Change in Law Unlikely
By Fox News Latino | 01/31/2011 - 15:30

Senators Rand Paul of Kentucky and David Vitter of Louisiana, both Republicans, announced a resolution that would amend the Constitution to deny birthright citizenship to babies born to undocumented immigrants. But legal experts say the effort stands little chance of succeeding.

Read more
Minute Man Murder update
Trial of Female Minuteman Accused of Murdering Latina Child Begins in Arizona
By Mariela Rosario | 01/27/2011 - 15:46

Little Brisenia Flores' last words to her attackers were: "Why did you shoot my mom?" Her mother, Gina Gonzalez, actually managed to survive being shot three times by intruders posing as law-enforcement officials by playing dead in the hopes of saving her child but Shawna Forde and her accomplices murdered the 9-year-old girl anyway, just as they had killed her father Raul Flores moments before

Read more
First Latino Studies Class Deemed Illegal in Arizona
First Latino Studies Class Deemed Illegal in Arizona
By Mariela Rosario | 01/26/2011 - 12:34

At Tucson High Magnet School, almost all of teacher Curtis Acosta's students are Mexican-American. But Tom Horne, Arizona's newly elected attorney general (and former superintendent) says Acosta's Latino Literature class is "propagandizing and brainwashing." So, Horne declared the program in violation of a new state law that went into effect on January 1 that outlaws ethnic studies classes in the state of Arizona.

Read more
State Legislators Announce Attack on Birthright Citizenship
By Mariela Rosario | 01/06/2011 - 12:35

The new congress just began, but already the Republican-held House of Representatives is attacking the constitutional rights of immigrants. A group calling themselves State Legislators for Legal Migration held a press conference to talk up a new initiative to take birthright citizenship away from children born on U.S. soil to undocumented immigrants.

Read more
New New Report on Immigrant Workers Reveals Rampant Workplace Abuse
New Report on Immigrant Workers Reveals Rampant Workplace Abuse
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 01/04/2011 - 15:35

That grilled chicken salad that you ate for lunch? There’s a good chance that everything in it, from the tomatoes to the lettuce to the bird itself was picked or processed by a Latina. Some 640,000 women (mostly Latinas) perform farm work and another estimated 63,000 work in poultry farms and processing centers.

Read more
Arizona Law Makes Ethnic Studies Classes Illegal
Arizona Law Makes Ethnic Studies Classes Illegal
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 01/03/2011 - 17:00

A new Arizona law banning ethnic studies courses in public schools went into effect on January 1st and it’s already wreaking havoc. The Tucson Unified School District currently stands to lose $15 million in funding for refusing to shut down its controversial classes.

Read more
Lack of Sleep Affecting Paulina Rubio's Brain
Paulina Rubio defends Alicia Machado, Gets in Trouble Herself
By Mariela Rosario | 12/01/2010 - 14:16

It all started over the holiday weekend when former Miss Universe Alicia Machado took to her Twitter account to speak out on the recent trouble brewing between North and South Korea. Unfortunately, she sent out a message that read: "Tonight I want to ask you to join me in a prayer for peace that these attacks between the Chinas do not make our situation worse."

Read more
Tennessee Gov. Condems Lawmaker Who Compared Immigrants to Rats
Tennessee Gov. Condemns Lawmaker Who Compared Immigrants to Rats
By Mariela Rosario | 11/15/2010 - 12:15

Though local Tennessee lawmaker Rep. Curry Todd refuses to apologize for a statement he made last week comparing pregnant undocumented immigrants with rats, the Democratic governor of the southern state has spoken out against the hateful talk.

Read more