La Voz Latina - Su puente a la comunidad Hispana de Georgia y Carolina del sur
  • Donald Trump y las personas que votaron por él para el cargo, deberían sentirse muy orgullosas. No lleva ni un mes completo en el cargo y ha logrado sembrar terror y miedo en las vidas de millones de trabajadores inmigrantes y sus familias.
    Después de que los agentes del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE) realizaron redadas tarde en la noche en parques de remolques y apartamentos en y alrededor de Savannah el mes pasado, madres y esposa frenéticas llamaron a nuestra oficina preguntando a dónde se habían llevado a sus seres queridos.

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Sports

LIMA, Peru (AP) — It's a cold morning under lead-gray skies, but the fans who've trooped to Lima's El Porvenir neighborhood are hot to start the Little World Cup — their annual street soccer championship.
To score good seats, people camp out the night before, lining the road where the games have packed the streets every May 1 for a half century. Others pay the equivalent of $2 for a balcony view from apartment buildings to catch the games that Peruvians also call "The People's Party."

Opinion

This issue of La Voz Latina is devoted, in large part, to comprehensive immigration reform– a subject that has divided our country along political and ideological lines for many years now.
Here at La Voz, we've spent the past fifteen years trying to present a logical argument as to why this reform is both necessary and practical. A permanent solution will require the US Congress to enact major changes to our legal system and now that bipartisan compromise has become a “dirty”word, there's little hope we'll see these changes in the near future.