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Before GOP Debate CNN & NYT Were Asked To Drop Term ‘Illegal Immigrant’

Gabriel Arana writes in the Huffington Post, “One of the first things any journalist learns is that when you’re reporting on someone accused of a crime, you always use “alleged” to indicate that the accused has not been convicted and could very well be innocent. Until a court pronounces guilt, it’s the “alleged” bank robber,  Read more→

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Before GOP Debate CNN & NYT Were Asked To Drop Term ‘Illegal Immigrant’

Gabriel Arana writes in the Huffington Post, “One of the first things any journalist learns is that when you’re reporting on someone accused of a crime, you always use “alleged” to indicate that the accused has not been convicted and could very well be innocent. Until a court pronounces guilt, it’s the “alleged” bank robber,  Read more→

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Huffington Post: Jose Antonio Vargas Makes Urgent Plea To Obama

Huffington Post reports that eleven undocumented immigrants are putting themselves forward on Wednesday to plead with the Obama administration to protect them — and others in similar circumstances — from being deported as it considers what may be a broad executive action on immigration enforcement. The undocumented immigrants, including journalist-activist Jose Antonio Vargas, will announce  Read more→

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Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas Detained; Held At Detention Center

Ryan Eller, spokesman for Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, told  CNN that Vargas,  an undocumented immigrant, was detained today at a Texas airport.  Vargas was held at a detention center at the McAllen airport after he tried to fly out of the city located  on the U.S.-Mexico border, according to Eller. The reason why he was detained  Read more→

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