DDI09.SS.DetentionCenterneg.wave4

DDI09.SS.DetentionCenterneg.wave4 - Dartmouth 2K9 1 Table...

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a085d87aa5c0b52c22e6f904bf410734ca94fb00 Dartmouth 2K9 1 Table of Contents Racism Frontline 1. They link harder back into this advantage. Their next advantages are about how all Mexicans are terrorist, and yet this one says we should kritik that view. 2. There is no reason why plan is key. Giving them legal representation does not change America’s mindset towards “Latinos”. 3. Their own author states U.S statistics is driving the racial resentment against “Latinos” Hernandez , Assistant Professor in the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCLA., 08 (David, He completed his doctorate in Comparative Ethnic Studies at U.C. Berkeley, Palgrave Macmillan, http://www.palgrave- journals.com/lst/journal/v6/n1/full/lst20082a.html#aff1 ) Widespread beliefs about Latino criminality, especially as it relates to the widely bemoaned and sensationalized presence of "illegals" or undocumented immigrants, have led to the routine and popular conflation of Mexican nationals and other Latinos with "illegals ." The Department of Homeland Security estimates that Mexicans represent 57% of undocumented immigration and that Latinos account for roughly three-fourths of current and new undocumented immigrants (Hoefer et al., 2006). These figures , although significant, contribute to the widespread criminalization of Latinos , while simultaneously obscuring the fact that roughly half of each year's cohort of new undocumented immigrants enter by legal means and have instead allowed their legal entry status to lapse, and that there are undocumented immigrants from a variety of nations residing in the US. The vast majority of government efforts to halt undocumented immigration , however, are targeted at Mexican and Latino communities at the US–Mexico border . As a result , Mexicans have euphemistically represented, indeed epitomized, "the illegal," dominating deportation and detention categories for many decades ( De Genova, 2004, 171). Human rights 1. Their Lavoto evidence never once says these detention centers are destroying relations 2. Lavoto also indicates the health services inside detention centers as human rights violation not legal services Lovato 09 (Roberto Lovato, a New York-based contributing Associate Editor with New America Media and a frequent contributor to The Nation Magazine. He's also written for the Los Angeles Times, Salon, Der Spiegel, Utne Magazine, La Opinion, and other national and international media outlets. He has also appeared as a source and commentator on English and Spanish language network news shows on Univision, CNN, PBS and other programs and made a recent appearance on Bill Moyers Journal. Lovato was the former Executive Director of CARECEN, which was the largest immigrant rights organization in the country, 2/26/09, “U.S. Immigration Policies Bring Global Shame on Us”,
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