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LA Walkout for DACA

LA Walkout for DACA

Gerardo Hernandez, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Hundreds of students in the LA Unified school district participated in the Rise For DACA walkout rally. The event occurred on Tuesday, November 12 at MacArthur Park to demonstrate the impact of undocumented immigrants in our society. Surprising Result Kathia Garcia, the Lead Youth Organizer, had been...

Terror Attack in Christchurch, New Zealand Mosque Leaves Many Injured or Dead

Jake Laurell, Writer/reporter

March 17, 2019

A terror attack occurred yesterday targeting two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand, with multiple fatalities reported by Associated Press. Police Commissioner, Mike Bush, would not elaborate on the details of how many people were lost. Local authorities report that they have four people in custody ...

ICE Protest Breaks Out at El Monte Northgate Market

ICE Protest Breaks Out at El Monte Northgate  Market

Ramon Alvarado, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2018

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were expected to investigate the Northgate Market in El Monte early Wednesday, Feb. 21 morning. The agents were to check the Northgate Market’s employees work permits, making sure they were all legally able to work. Police, media and El Monte residents flooded...

No Hate or Fear, Immigrants Welcome Here!

No Hate or Fear, Immigrants Welcome Here!

Noah Garcia, Opinion Editor

May 1, 2017

Hundreds of people spent their first day of May gathering in Downtown L.A to protest the recent string of anti-immigration policies. Calling it the MayDay March and Rally, taken from their website go.peoplepower.org, all groups participating declared their opposition to President Trump and his policie...

Immigrants face wall even before election day

Immigrants face wall even before election day

"Paco", Guest Writer

November 16, 2016

Rio Hondo College sophomore, Paco, 26, experienced life changing events when his mother made the choice to move from Mexico to the United States. It was 1999, and Paco was nine years old. On a hot summer day 17 years ago, Paco’s mother, Rosa, and his uncle Gerardo packed their bags, handed Paco a b...

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