Post Tagged with: "Latinos"

Scam targeted Chinese and Latinos

Scam targeted Chinese and Latinos

East Asian, In the News, New York October 3, 2011 at 4:04 pm

The Chinatown community applauded yesterday for State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filing a lawsuit to shut down a security guard employment scam. The Attorney General announced on September 22nd that his office had filed a lawsuit against a New York City-based company behind an employment scam. The company knownRead More

The grooms must march

In the News, New York, Opinion September 30, 2011 at 4:48 pm

A bride—killed on her wedding day by an ex-boyfriend—becomes a symbol in an editorial that calls for the end of domestic abuse. The grooms must march against domestic violence, the editorial argues, in the same numbers that women march.

The Empire Justice Center’s Cheryl Keshner speaks at a press conference in Bay Shore last week about the need for all Suffolk residents to be able to communicate with police.

Suffolk cops caught with anti-immigrant sign

Immigration, Opinion September 30, 2011 at 1:25 pm

Newsday’s Joye Brown reported yesterday on what Latino leaders found when they went inside the Third Precinct in Bay Shore last week. The group had just finished a press conference calling for the Suffolk County Police Department to be more accessible to immigrants following the release of a memo fromRead More

Monitoring marijuana arrests

African American, In the News, Opinion September 28, 2011 at 5:29 pm

EDLP says state and federal governments must intervene and investigate NYPD’s aggressive stop and frisk practices that disproportionately affect Latino and African American men. It says the city must ensure that our police practices improve, and people’s rights are respected.

Marisol Alcántara

Dominican woman makes history in Harlem

Caribbean, Dominican, In the News, Manhattan, New York, Politics September 26, 2011 at 6:57 pm

A Dominican underdog beat the Democratic establishment in Harlem by taking the vote to the streets. Marisol Alcantara became West Harlem’s first Dominican District Leader.

Members of John Vázquez's family mourn the death of the young man.

Two fatal shootings in the Bronx

Bronx, Featured Posts September 26, 2011 at 1:04 pm

Residents fear the street gangs, but police harassment doesn’t make anyone feel safer.

Feds tell cops to treat immigrants better

Feds tell cops to treat immigrants better

Immigration, In the News September 20, 2011 at 3:31 pm

View Justice Department urges Suffolk County police to strengthen response to hate crimes in a larger map A letter to Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy offers the first glimpse at what the Justice Department discovered during its more than two-year investigation into discriminatory policing against Latinos in Suffolk County onRead More

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