How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California
In the news this afternoon: The 'Tiger Mother' debate, the Berkeley chancellor's immigration remark, 'Latino Day' on hold, more
Catching up after meetings today with a few afternoon reads:
Tiger Mother and Amy Chua: Are Chinese Moms Really So Different? - TIME Cartoon father to child: "If you don't eat it," the father threatens, "we're going to have you adopted by Amy Chua." The Yale professor has made waves with a controversial parenting essay.
GOP leaders: Anti-immigration stance hurts party - The Washington Post Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, retired Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart and others speaking at a Florida conference on reaching Hispanic voters urged the party to tone down its immigration rhetoric and take up comprehensive reforms, or lose Latino votes.
Utah Puts 'Latino Day' on Hold - Fox News Latino The event at the state Capitol was put off "in anticipation of intense debate about immigration." Organizers are confused as to what immigration debate has to do with it.
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