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Notes on the coming demographic transformation.
Will you be able to choose?
Democracy is increasingly seen as a means to an end, not an end in itself.
The triumphalism of Jorge Ramos.
It's in Spanish and English.
The number was just seven percent in 1980.
"Will illegal aliens who are drunk drivers stay sober to honor their boycott day?"
But it's expected to come back
Says to Hispanics: "You are the future of America."
Tuesday's ballot initiative overturning Proposition 227 is likely to pass.
Nearly 1 in 4 Students at This L.A. High School Migrated from Central America–Many Without Their Parents
They speak languages such as Quiche, Mam, and Chuj.
LA Mayor Garcetti: '“We are well past the tipping point--everywhere.”
To 65 million.
But the New York Times calls it "new face of California."
The critic of everything American should never have been let in.
That's the cost to educate the 4.9 million students designated as Limited English Proficiency.
How one Atlanta suburb went from 95 percent white to 20 percent in a generation.
What law enforcement is really like.
Judges often delay immigration hearings requiring Q’anjob’al, K’iché, and Mam interpreters.
Are whites waking up?
A third of Nashville public school students don't speak English as a first language.
They can bring China with them.
Virginia district says there is no age limit for illegals.
Teacher of English language learners asks, "How much immigration diversity is too much?"
Reporters couldn't understand the candidates.
Even a few Democrats want to keep their culture.
NAACP opposes special schools for English-learners.
Texts are in Spanish.
The Spanish version promised amnesty.
Yet another form of discrimination is unmasked.
More than 350 languages spoken in the US.
Fastest growing languages are Arabic and Urdu.
"We should not have a multicultural society."
Talk amnesty, birthright citizenship, and the importance of assimilation.
Says it's "bizarre" to ask people to speak English in the US.
. . . in Spanish.
Says Trump's immigration plan might "create friction" with Mexico.
Because the arresting officers did not speak Spanish.
Says Kansas City "is very proud of the work of National Council of La Raza."
20 million immigrants speak English less than "very well."
Hispanic media openly admit they are biased.
Diversity of New York City Languages Makes Staying Involved in Kids’ Education Difficult for Immigrant Parents
Half of students do not speak English at home.
Everybody--and he means everybody--deserves a chance at the American dream.
The New ‘Engaging Immigrant New York City’ Campaign Will Hopefully Entice the ‘Newest New Yorkers’ to Register to Vote
Murad Awawdeh explains what it's all about.
Some Hispanics say "no."
A Hispanic student wants to know.
He says "Es muy importante para la comunidad."
"The average American . . . must ask whether someone is trying to destroy America."
Police investigation hampered by "a language barrier."
Interactive map lets you see the rate for your state.
They're "flummoxed or alienated by the medical system."
Universities that are at least 25 percent Hispanic get special federal handouts.
You may call in either English or Spanish.
Only the Spanish version said GOP wants "permanent solutions" to immigration.
Just being born in the US does not mean you speak English well.
Northern Virginia is turning brown--your neighborhood is next.
Life gets trickier for whites all the time.
The campaign is sponsored by the US Chamber of Commerce.
A heart-warming vision of America's future.
One in ten working-age adults in the US cannot speak proficient English.
Another way around bans on racial preferences.
And some "may refuse to learn English."
83 percent of Americans want official English.
And wishes them a wonderful time in school.
They mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts, explains what the surge means for her town.
Many have never been to school.
And warns that a wave of "brown power" is coming.
Passengers complained they couldn't communicate with drivers.
30 immigrant teenagers dumped in Georgia town don't speak either English or Spanish.
Wants to serve 178 million free meals this summer (HAMBRE means "hunger" in Spanish).
There are now pockets of them in New York City.
EEOC says requiring English is discrimination based on national origin.
Americanized Hispanics offended by what they consider "slurs."
Local communities are finding their own way.