Multi-American

How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Profiling alleged in Zimmerman case, Muslims to sue over border scrutiny, Arizona's ethnic studies ban, more

Prosecutors: George Zimmerman 'profiled' Trayvon Martin - Miami Herald A probable-cause affidavit filed by two investigators for the prosecution in the Trayvon Martin murder case accuses shooter George Zimmerman of “profiling” the teenager and assuming him to be a criminal, but it doesn't mention race.

Muslim group to sue U.S. over border questioning - Detroit Free Press The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim civil rights group, has said that it will sue the FBI and U.S. Customs and Border Protection over "the repeated detention and questioning of Muslims" at and near the U.S.-Canada border.

Boy, 15, accused of driving death van - Houston Chronicle Authorities have taken a 15-year-old boy into custody on suspicion of being the driver of a human smuggling van that crashed in a rollover accident near the border in Texas earlier this week, killing nine of its occupants.

Anger reignited over Arizona's ethnic studies ban - Arizona Republic Protesters reacting to the ouster of the director of the Tucson school district's now dismantled Mexican American Studies program packed a school board meeting this week, accusing members of racism.

Obama's uncle ordered to report regularly to ICE - Boston Herald Immigration officials say they plan to move ahead with the deportation of President Obama's undocumented half-uncle to Kenya; for now, Onyango Obama will be required to report regularly to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

India Protests US Detention of Bollywood Star - Voice of America Indian officials are criticizing the detention of  Shah Rukh Khan, a Bollywood film star, by U.S. immigration officials at the airport for almost two hours as he was on his way to speak at Yale University this week. He was similarly detained in 2009.

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