How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: The 14th Amendment, Muslim women speak out, and more headlines from the weekend

Congress may look at ‘birthright citizenship' debate  | ajc.com (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Poll: Change 'birthright citizenship' - UPI.com (United Press International)

Gay couples seeking immigration rights (The Washington Post)

Day laborer shot by LAPD officer in Westlake went by several names, officials say | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times (latimesblogs.latimes.com)

Computers, travel: Border agents accused of unconstitutionally searching, seizing travelers' computers - latimes.com (Los Angeles Times)

Culture(d)—September 2010 - LA Times Magazine (latimesmagazine.com)

Illegal immigration: Immigration issues hurting Obama, poll finds - latimes.com (Los Angeles Times)

Man shot by LAPD officer in Westlake apparently went by several names - latimes.com (Los Angeles Times)

Huntington Gardens: A ceremonial departure - latimes.com (Los Angeles Times)

Monthlong observation of Hispanic culture to run to Oct. 15. - LA Daily News (L.A. Daily News)

Dinu Ahmed: Ever Wonder What It's Like to Be a Muslim Woman in Post-9/11 America? (Huffington Post)

Mosque protests erupt on 9/11 anniversary - NYPOST.com (New York Post)

KPD, FBI investigating shot and burned Quran left at Knoxville mosque » Knoxville News Sentinel (KnoxNews)

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