Glen Peterson invites us to reflect on the possibilities of a just and comprehensive immigration reform in Immigration Reform´s Post-Election Potential, a post on the Sojourners blog.
Clamor por Los Angeles (ClamorxLA) and the Red de Pastores y Líderes Latinos del Sur de California invite you to an evening of intercesion for our new president Barack Obama and his administration, Tuesday, January 20, from 6-9PM. This intercessory service will be held at Iglesia de Restauración located on the corner of Adams and […]
OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA Red de Pastores y Líderes Latinos del Sur de California (Southern California Latino Pastors and Leaders Network) Comprehensive and Humane Immigration Reform We greet you, President Barack Obama, at the inception of your presidency and pray that the Lord and God, sole creator of faith, justice, liberty, and love […]
This last week there have been several news reports related to the Latino evangélico vote. On October 17 we reported the results of a poll that concluded that the majority of Latino evangélico voters will vote for Barak Obama. That same day COMALIC presented a press release in which they questioned the results of the […]
Yesterday a survey of Latino “Evangélicos” was formally published. It demonstrated that the majority of Latino “Evangélicos” will be voting for Barak Obama, particularly because of the immigration issue. I invite you to read the full results. http://blogs.impre.com/diarioelectoral/files/2008/10/latino-protestant-poll-report-embargoed-until-10-16-08-at-1-00-pm-edt.pdf
We would like to hear from you on your impressions of the elections and immigration reform. How important should immigration reform be in these elections? What do you think of the way the issue of the indocumentad is being dealt with in these elections? We invite you to write us.
Pilar Marrero of La Opinión is reporting in her blog (http://blogs.impre.com/diarioelectoral/) that both candidates continue to talk about immigration reform, but principally in Spanish. The only exception has been the Dream Act, a law that would allow young people who grew up in the United States to study in US universities, even if they do […]