Periodismo investigativo en español

12/31/2016 hispanicLA 0

En una serie de tres notas publicadas el 9, 10 y 11 de noviembre, la talentosa reportera investigativa de La Opinión Claudia Núñez describe una situación de abandono, desperdicio y favoritismo en el Development Zone, la Zona de Desarrollo federal en el Valle de Coachella

El ojo, un cuento de Gabriel Lerner

12/26/2016 Gabriel Lerner 3

Y cuanto más belicosa se ponía más paisajes de paz y memorias yo veía, hasta que vi mi propia casa, allí a través del ojo gigantesco, y estaba cerrada y vacía y nadie en ella, y fui entonces a la casa de mi madre,

A National ID Card System?

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 5

I truly and honestly implore those of you in DC to do the right thing on the National ID Card idea: Repudiate and denounce it immediately as the ACLU and even libertarian and right wing groups have done.

Immigration Reform: a Voice of Reason

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 2

This is the same climate in which President Obama and DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano just announced the “Si Se Puede” of their continued and increased support for one of the most heinous Bush-era immigration policies:

Sotomayor, Conservative Judge

01/09/2014 Gabriel Lerner 1

With Sotomayor on the bench Obama fulfills two promises; to put the first Latino and the third woman on the Supreme Court.
Maybe he is also putting a Conservative there. Or maybe I am wrong.

Our Man In Honduras

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 4

“If you want to understand who the real power behind the [Honduran] coup is” says Robert White, president of the Washington-based Center for International Policy, during a recent interview, “you need to find out who’s paying Lanny Davis.”

Immigration: Humanitarian and Just

01/09/2014 Aggie R. Hoffman 3

Until recently, there were 20 immigration judges in Los Angeles; almost all of them had a case load of 1,500 to 2,000 cases, As a result, those entitled to a hearing had to wait between 1-2 years, and many times when their hearing day arrived, it had to be postponed for yet another year.

Good cop, bad cop: America’s policy toward Honduras

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 1

If a recent report by COFADEH is any indicator, there has been an exponential rise in the number of human rights violations since the June 28 coup. The report documented over 1,100 cases of arbitrary detentions, attacks on the media, killings and other human rights violations.

The Obama Vision: immigrant detention centers

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 2

President Obama appears willing to maintain and even expand a system of immigrant prisons that civil and human rights organizations across the country and around the world have criticized for the subhuman conditions and deaths found in that system.

I tweet, therefore I exist

01/09/2014 Aurelia Fierros 4

Social media will continue to modify communication processes through the never stopping new emerging technologies. We’re here to witness and participate; history will do its part.

A good type of fever: Dengue Fever

01/09/2014 Eduardo Stanley 2

Dengue Fever, created in 2001 in Los Angeles, is currently one of the most original stage rock bands. Inspired by 60s and 70s rock of Cambodia, brothers Ethan and Zac Holtzman started this musical experience which hasn’t stopped growing.

Lou Dobbs plays the victim

01/09/2014 Roberto Lovato 3

Faced with a growing movement of communities demanding that CNN drop his program, Lou Dobbs responded Friday with one of his favorite postures: the victimized defender of American virtue. “They ask CNN to fire me because I oppose illegal immigration” said Dobbs.