Denver Public Schools deliberately hire DACA-status teachers.
Tag Archives: Multilingual America
DPS to Hire Previously Undocumented Immigrants, KUSA (Denver)
Amnesty is yet another farm subsidy.
He thinks a majority of Hispanics may be “conservative.”
Perhaps they’re catering to their audience.
There are a million more Puerto Ricans on the US mainland than in Puerto Rico.
There’s been a lack of “culturally sensitive” outreach.
Principal Who Told Kids Not to Speak Spanish Will Lose Job, Houston Chronicle
Half the students in Texas public schools are Hispanic.
Report: 125,000 Immigrants Given Deferred Action Eligible for Medi-Cal, Los Angeles Times
Illegals who received deferred action can qualify for Medicaid in California.
He hosted a Spanish-language town-hall meeting with Hispanics.
“We’re trying to go beyond what the Hispanic patriarchy has taught us.”
Coca-Cola’s America Is Beautiful Ad: Why Liberals Should Be Upset, Guardian (London)
Multi-culti Coke is trying to hook Hispanics on sugar water.
Mexican School to Offer American Citizenship Course for Locals, KENS 5 (San Antonio)
. . . in Texas.
One-third of Hispanic Catholics say they are “Charismatic.”
Cedar-Riverside Caucus Draws Raucous Crowds, Minnesota Daily
Somali immigrants riot at a political meeting in Minnesota.
Underlines the idea that America is up for grabs by whoever wants to come here.
Hispanics’ Obamacare Headache, Gainesville Sun
Obamacare makes it harder for Hispanics to find doctors “who appreciate our culture.”
Covered California Faulted for Low Latino Enrollment, Los Angeles Times
Only 20 percent of people who have signed up are Hispanic.
Twitter Users’ Diversity Becomes an Ad Selling Point, Wall Street Journal
Blacks like Twitter.
Maria Conchita Alonso is in favor of immigration control.
Body Image Puts Latina Women at Risk, DiversityInc
They don’t realize how fat they are.
Diversity Prompts Increased Racial Isolation, Associated Press
Hispanics don’t bring diversity. They take over.
33 percent of the state’s Hispanic third graders are proficient in reading, compared to 64 percent of whites.
California Hispanics Lagging in Sign-Ups for Health Insurance, Washington Post
Obamacare needs them badly.
GOP operatives told to go where “you’re not comfortable” to get votes.
Asian Americans’ Shopping Habits Make Retailers’ Eyes Light Up, Los Angeles Times
They are “swayable shopaholics.”
Amtrak Recruiting LGBT Passengers, CNS News
Train service is creating separate websites to market to blacks, Hispanics, and homosexuals.
Spanish-language ad may have swayed them.
Union boss: “Latino voters control the long-term fate and future of the Republican Party.”
Obamacare appears to be obsessed with race.
Team Takes Healthcare Plan to Ethnic Areas, Los Angeles Times
For many immigrants the very concept of medical insurance is alien.
Census Data Mask Poverty Suffered by Some Asian American Groups, Los Angeles Times
In Los Angeles, Cambodians are more poor than blacks and Hispanics.
Spanish-language film is doing particularly well in California and Texas.
Owner wanted an “all-Mexican” organization.
They just need taxpayer-funded interpreters.
Languages Other Than English Used in More U.S. Homes, Data Show, Los Angeles Times
But many also speak English.
Hispanic Influx Causes Tensions with Blacks, Daily Press
Black legislators don’t want to share their group’s racial set-asides.
9th Circuit Says Miranda Warning Must Be Given in Correct Spanish, Los Angeles Times
Illegal-immigrant criminal walks free.
Different messages for different audiences.
Whites, Latinos Hit Population Parity in Calif., San Francisco Chronicle
“It’s a great opportunity,” says Gov. Jerry Brown.
Many Asian Americans Are as Segregated by Neighborhood as Latinos, Los Angeles Times
But LA Times says it’s OK for Asians to stick together.
But it’s not enough for the director of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
A Speech in Spanish Is a First for the Senate, New York Times
Virginia senator is the culprit.
Many Hispanics aren’t “culturally comfortable” sending children to pre-school.
Company struggles to maintain common-sense policy.
A harbinger of things to come.