How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Shelter worker accused of molesting migrant teens, Alabama's civil rights march, an immigrant detention middleman,

Black Caucus to join Selma-Montgomery march - Montgomery Advertiser About 15 of Alabama's black legislators will joining the march, which began Tuesday in commemoration of the famous 1965 civil rights march and in protest of the state's current anti-illegal immigration law.

Calif. case manager for children caught crossing border alone charged with molesting 6 boys - The Washington Post According to a prosecutor, a former case manager at an Orange County, California shelter for minors caught crossing the border illegally molested six teenagers in his office while he was working there. 

Brawl erupts at Carson High School between 30 black, Latino students; school says fight not racially motivated - Southern California Public Radio At least 30 students were involved in a fight between Latino and black teens at Carson High School yesterday; a school district spokeswoman initially described the incident as racially motivated, but the district later said this couldn't be substantiated.

Cuomo and GOP So far Quiet on Tuition Aid For Illegal Immigrants - New York Times New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and GOP lawmakers are keeping a distance from proposed measures, similar to those recently enacted in California, that would make state financial aid available for undocumented college students.

Company helps Ga. counties get funding tied to illegal immigrants - Atlanta Journal-Constitution Private companies that play a part in immigrant detention are many, including a Texas-based company called Justice Benefits Inc. that helps counties secure federal reimbursement for jailing immigrants. The company contracts with more than 500 counties around the country.

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