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Immigration Issues (in alphabetical order)
CUNY undocumented students organize to stay in college
Interview with Angelo,
Mexican American Student Alliance
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine - April 30, 2002
Statement on the DREAM Act
by the Association of Raza Educators
Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 22, 2007
The Real Immigration Debate
Tackle Economic Security, Not Simply Border Security
by Francis Calpotura
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - July 29, 2007
Immigrant Families in Crisis
A Close-up View of the Violence Against Women Act
by Eloise de Leon
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - May 16, 2004

"Sí Se Puede" Means "We Shall Overcome"
Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
Chicago, Illinois
Published in In Motion Magazine - August 13, 2006

Interview with Maria Jimenez (2001)
“We must not equate immigration with terrorism”
Houston, Texas
Published in In Motion Magazine - November 11, 2001
Interview with Maria Jiménez (1998)
The Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border
Border Communities Respond to Militarization / From Slave Patrol to Border Patrol Life
Houston, Texas
Published in In Motion Magazine - February 2, 1998
Mobility, Human Rights and Economic Development
Lessons of the International Mexican Migrant Experience and U. S. Immigration Policies
Maria Jiménez
Houston, Texas
Published in In Motion Magazine - July 12, 1999

"Those Damn Immigrants Again"
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine June 2, 2010
(cross-referenced from the Email, Opinions and Discussion section)

March for Dignity, Respect and Hope
(About Sunday, April 9, 2006)
Roberto Martinez
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - April 25, 2006
A Call for a Humane U.S. Immigration Policy
A critique of President G. W. Bush’s immigrant identification plan
Roberto L. Martinez
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - January 26, 2004
Immigration, Migration, and Human Rights on the U.S. / Mexico border
by Roberto L. Martinez
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 28, 2001
Border Patrol Raids Strike Fear And Panic
In Immigrant Communities Throughout Southern California
Roberto Martinez
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - July 2, 2004
Interview with Roberto Martinez (2001)
One of the greatest human rights tragedies in the history of the U. S.
Border operations / Migrant life / Organizing for human rights
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - December 4, 2001
Interview with Roberto Martinez (1999)
U.S. Border Patrol in S. California Developing Deadly But Ineffective Operation Gatekeeper
418 men, women and children die in 4 years,
in California, crossing U.S. / Mexico border

San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - December 12, 1999
Interview with Roberto Martinez (1997)
Immigration and Human Rights on the U.S. / Mexico Border
- Militarization of the Border
- In Search of Work
- The Needs of Agribusiness
- From Taking Lands to Building Triple Fences
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine September 14, 1997.
Over-Raided, Under Siege
U.S. Immigration Laws and Enforcement
Destroy the Rights of Immigrants

by NNIRR -- HURRICANE
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - January 4, 2008
And What Will Become of Children Like Miguel Fernandez?
Education, Immigration and the Future of Latinos in the United States
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 3, 2005
Latino Youth: Immigration, Education and the Future
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 5, 2006
On the DREAM Act:
An Open Letter to Latino and Latina students
and all leaders of immigrant rights organizations
by Fernando Suarez del Solar
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 22, 2007
Seventeen Years and Counting
A History of the Indefinite Detention of Cuban Immigrants
Sarah Town
San Francisco, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 7, 1997
The Media Silence About Louisiana Dodging Anti-Immigrant Laws
And the Death of José Nelson Reyes-Zelaya
José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine September 7, 2011
No Immigration Without Emigration
Consequences For The Countries Left Behind
by Norma Linda Ureña
Seattle, Washington
Published in In Motion Magazine, February 7, 2007

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