How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Obama courts Latinos, the Norway massacre and immigration, highly skilled immigrants, more

Obama Steps Up Campaign To Win Over Latino Voters - NPR Today President Barack Obama will address the National Council of La Raza, the largest Latino advocacy group in the country. It's part of the White House's ongoing effort to win over Latino voters.

Norway massacre exposes incendiary immigration issue - Reuters Anders Behring Breivik said that he killed 93 people in order to spark a "revolution" against "the multiculturalism he believed was sapping Europe's heritage."

This Week in Tech: Lawmakers look at highly skilled immigrants - The Hill The Senate Judiciary Committee's subpanel on immigration will address the issue of highly skilled immigrants tomorrow at a hearing that will include representatives from the tech industry and academia.

LA day laborers double as actors to teach, empower - Fox News The Day Laborer Theater Without Borders, composed of day labor and domestic workers, is a street theater troupe that performs at job centers. Their performances aim to teach immigrant laborers about their rights in the U.S.

George Ramos, former L.A. Times editor, columnist, dies at 63 - Los Angeles Times Ramos was a respected mentor to younger Latino journalists. He played a key role in a Pulitzer-winning L.A. Times series on Latinos in Southern California in 1984, and later joined the journalism faculty at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

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