As Immigration Reform Again Takes Center Stage This Week…

LA SANTA CECILIA, in Partnership with Leading Migrant Rights Group and the Americas Business Council (abc*) Foundation, Spotlights the Real-Life Faces and Stories of Undocumented Immigrants with the Poignant New Video for Hit Single “El Hielo” (ICE)

Starring an Undocumented Cast of good choice Key Figures in the Fight for Immigrant Rights, New Video by “Los Angeles’ Best Latin Alternative Band”, Directed by Alex Rivera, hits close to canadian cialis 50mg home for many.

In conjunction with the video’s release premiering today on generic cialis soft tabs 20mg VEVO, the band will now appear at immigration reform events on April 9th In Phoenix, Arizona, and April 10th at The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C.

Watch the video at http://bit.lyelhielovid

 

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  “Shock” Video Blends Tijoux’s Unique Style with U.S. Immigrants’ Rights Movement

Phoenix, AZ - French-Chilean musician Ana Tijoux is the latest artist to stand with immigrants in Arizona as part of the “Alto Arizona” campaign, an ongoing effort to bring visibility, recognition, dignity and lowest price for levitra healing to migrants who have been targets of hate in Arizona and around the http://www.ebmediapr.com/cialis-tadalafil-100mg world.

Tijoux
 spent her childhood in France after her parents had to flee a repressive regime in Chile. It was there where she discovered hip hop music, and where she began her musical career. Her name was recognized in the international market after collaborating with the Mexican artist Julieta Venegas in the songEres Para Mi. Her album entitled 1977, which has songs that touch on issues such as political injustice and her life in France, was nominated for a Grammyin 2010.

Now she’s out with a new music video “Shock” (http://bit.ly/LZ3GfB) directed by Alex Rivera (Sleepdealers) from the album “La Bala” which features Tijoux with protesters of Arizona’s infamous Sheriff Arpaio and the anti-immigrant law, S.B. 1070, which the United States Supreme Court ruled was largely unconstitutional on June 25, 2012.   Filmed after a concert with Puente Arizona, Tijoux’s concert served efforts that pre-date SB1070 to challenge the state’s anti-immigrant climate and defend and advance the rights of migrant families.

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Martes, 29 Mayo 2012 10:49

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Lunes, 02 Abril 2012 07:30

El corrido de la HB56 - Agave Norteno

Tema: EL CORRIDO DE LA HB56 / Cantante: El Compa “Tino
Grupo: Agave Norteño / Autor: Antonio Compean Gonzalez Editor: Eric C. Resendiz / Productor Ejecutivo: Cesar Marfil

"El corrido de la HB56"

Vivíamos días muy felices
sin preocuparnos de nada…

Sí, todo era tan bonito,
una vida cotidiana.
Pero llegó el doctor Bentley,
a gobernar Alabama.

Y que pondría leyes duras,
en su campaña anunció.
Mientras aquellos le aplaudían,
a otros nos preocupó.
¡Ahora peor que en Arizona,
puso nuestra situación!

El día se puso nublado,
tal vez fue muestra divina
que a los indocumentados
tormenta se le avecina…

¡La nueva ley que ha llegado,
que maltrata y buy cheap uk viagra discrimina!

Van los niños a la escuela
con los deseos de aprender.
Muchos tristes y llorando
pues no logran entender
que les deparen la vida,
la HB56.

Hay veces que yo no entiendo
el corazón de los gringos…

¡Van y le ofrecen la paz
a judíos y palestinos,
y a nosotros nos la quitan
tan solo por ser latinos!

El día se puso nublado,
tal vez fue muestra divina
que a los indocumentados
tormenta se le avecina…

¡La nueva ley que ha llegado,
que maltrata y discrimina!

"The Ballad of HB56"

We lived our days with much joy
without worry at all…

Yes, it was quite beautiful
it was an ordinary life.
But then arrived doctor Bentley,
to govern Alabama.

And he had promised tough laws,
back when he had been on campaign.
While some applauded him,
many of us began to worry.
Now worse than in Arizona,
he has done to us!

That day it got so cloudy,
perhaps it was a divine omen
that for the undocumented
a storm was on the horizon…

The new law that has arrived,
it abuses and discriminates!

The children go to nonprescription viagra school
yearning to learn.
Many are sad and viagra online prices crying
for they cannot comprehend
why they are being deprived a life,
by HB56.

Sometimes I cannot comprehend
the heart of how strong is 5 mg of cialis the gringos…

They go and offer peace
to Jews and Palestinians,
while they steal our peace from us
just for being Latinos!

That day it got so cloudy,
perhaps it was a divine omen
that for the undocumented
a storm is on the horizon…

The new law that has arrived,
it abuses and discriminates!

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Lunes, 23 Enero 2012 19:36

Jailer (Arizona/Attica Mix) - Asa

Video mash-up of footage from the Attica prison rebellion and Arizona protests against Arpaio set to the tune of "Jailer" by Asa.

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Lunes, 23 Enero 2012 19:36

Jailer (Arizona/Attica Mix) - Asa

Video mash-up of footage from the Attica prison rebellion and Arizona protests against Arpaio set to the tune of "Jailer" by Asa.

Published in Cultura y Arte
Lunes, 23 Enero 2012 18:33

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Wisin y Yandel - Estoy Enamorado.

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Lunes, 23 Enero 2012 18:33

Estoy Enamorado - Wisin y Yandel

Wisin y Yandel - Estoy Enamorado.

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Miércoles, 30 Noviembre 2011 18:46

NEW MANU CHAO ‘ALTO ARIZONA’ PROTEST VIDEO

Phoenix, AZ

In September, Manu Chao ended his US tour with a ‘Festival de Resistencia’ free concert in Phoenix, Arizona, to protest against anti-immigrant policies that have made the click now state of Arizona a “capital of prejudice.” The free concert was held in collaboration with the National Day Labourer Organising Network (NDLON), whose ‘Alto Arizona’ campaign is buy viagra online australia part of an ongoing effort to bring visibility, recognition, dignity and healing to migrants who have been targets of hate in Arizona and around the world.

 

Last year, Arizona passed Senate Bill 1070, the beginning of a wave of the most anti-immigrant legislation the US has not seen in generations. The passage of SB 1070 Arizona dramatically expanded police powers to stop, question and detain individuals for not having proper identification, a move that encourages racial profiling and legitimizes intolerance.

 

NDLON is a national migrant worker organisation that has been seeking to bring relief  to the state of Arizona and challenge the spread of cheapest viagra anywhere Arizona-style laws to other states such as Georgia and Alabama.  In Arizona, NDLON and local member organizations are asking the federal government to cheap generic viagra bring Maricopa County’s Sheriff Arpaio to justice by taking away his immigration law enforcement power and viagra no prescription canada by concluding the three-year-old Department of Justice investigation into his civil rights abuses. The law is currently being blocked by a federal judge.

 

As the son of parents who fled Franco’s Spain, Chao can personally relate to the discrimination and displacement experienced under aggressive governance. “For the past year, we’ve carried the people of Arizona in our hearts as we witnessed them suffer under such ignorant laws” says Chao.

 

While in Arizona, Manu Chao visited the perimeter fence of the notorious jail facility known as ‘Tent City’, which was conceived by Sheriff Arpaio, and where inmates are forced to suffer degrading treatment and to endure the cheapest levitra in uk extreme temperature range of the desert by living outside in tents.

 

Manu Chao, along with bandmate Madjid Fahem, serenaded the walls of the jail with a heartfelt rendition of cialis capsules vs softabs his song ‘Clandestino’. This version was captured on herbal alternative to viagra film by filmmaker Alex Rivera, whose work strives to draw attention to the Latin-American community in the US. The footage was produced by the National Day Labourer Organising Network (NDLON) and can be seen on the ‘Alto Arizona’ site http://www.altoarizona.com 

 

NUEVO VIDEO DE MANU CHAO DE PROTESTA 'ALTO DE ARIZONA'

 

29 de noviembre 2011. Phoenix, AZ


En septiembre, Manu Chao terminó su gira por EE.UU. con un concierto gratuito "Festival de Resistencia" en Phoenix, Arizona, para protestar contra las políticas anti-inmigrantes que han convertido al estado de Arizona en "La Capital de los Prejuicios." El concierto se celebró en colaboración con la Red Nacional del Jornaleros (NDLON), que sostiene la campaña "Alto Arizona". La campaña “Alto Arizona” es parte de levitra costa rica un esfuerzo continuo para lograr visibilidad, el reconocimiento, la dignidad y la curación a los inmigrantes que han sido objeto de odio en Arizona y en todo el mundo.
El año pasado, Arizona aprobó la ley SB 1070, que marco el comienzo de una ola de legislación  anti-inmigrante. La más severa que se ha visto en generaciones en www.unifem.it los EE.UU. La aprobación de la SB 1070 en Arizona amplio dramáticamente los poderes policiales para detener, interrogar y detener a personas por no tener una identificación adecuada, una estrategia que alienta la discriminación racial y le da legitimidad a la intolerancia.
NDLON es una organización nacional de trabajadores inmigrantes, que ha estado tratando de llevar alivio al estado de Arizona y frenar el avance de las leyes estilo "Arizona" a otros estados, como Georgia y Alabama. En Arizona, NDLON y las organizaciones locales miembros están pidiendo al gobierno federal traer ante la justicia a el alguacil del Condado de canadian pharmacy Maricopa, Joe Arpaio. Pedimos que le quiten el poder que tiene para ejercer leyes de inmigración y también pedimos que se le de una conclusión a la investigación empezada por El Departamento de Justicia hace tres años por sus violaciones a los derechos civiles. Actualmente, la ley está siendo bloqueada por un juez federal.
Como hijo de padres que huyeron de la España de Franco, Chao personalmente puede identificarse con la discriminación y el desplazamiento sufrido bajo tan agresiva gobernanza. "Durante el último año, hemos llevado al pueblo de Arizona en nuestros corazones, mientras somos testigos de su sufrimiento a causa  de estas leyes ignorantes", dice Chao.
Durante su estadia en Arizona, Manu Chao visitó el perímetro de enter site la notoria cerca de alambre del centro carcelario conocido como "Tent City", que fue creada por el Sheriff Arpaio, y donde los reclusos son obligados a sufrir tratos degradantes y a soportar temperaturas extremas del desierto viviendo afuera en carpas.
Manu Chao, junto a su compañero de banda, Fahem Madjid, canto frente a los muros de la cárcel con una interpretación sincera y profunda de su canción 'Clandestino'. Esta versión fue filmada por el cineasta Alex Rivera, quien con su obra se esfuerza por llamar la atención hacia la comunidad latinoamericana en los EE.UU.. El video fue producido por la Red Nacional del Jornaleros (NDLON) y puede ser visto en el sitio http://www.altoarizona.com 'Alto Arizona'

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Lunes, 09 Enero 2012 13:32

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