Posts Tagged as "The Diary of Joaquín Magón"

Magon: A Familiar Scene in Bakersfield

August 19, 2013 / By
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[Translate]     The Diary of Joaquín Magón Entry 25: A Familiar Scene in Bakersfield   Bakersfield, CA –The movement for immigration reform brought over 1,000 supporters to Bakersfield last week to put public pressure on House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy – the new “whipping boy” on immigration as Politico newspaper has so dubbed him.

Coachella Uninc. to be Honored at NAM Media Awards

March 1, 2013 / By
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[Translate]   SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — New America Media (NAM), the nation’s largest association of ethnic media outlets, has announced the winners of its 2013 NAM Ethnic Media Awards for Southern California, honoring exceptional journalism by members of the ethnic media in the region.

The Diary of Joaquín Magón: An Organizer Defined

July 30, 2012 / By
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[Translate]   The Diary of Joaquín Magón Entry 16: An Organizer Defined As I look at the desolate power of a voice that cannot be heard, hands that can lift a million crates, eyes that can see through lies, and smiles that bend like the crescent moon our mothers worshipped, I see that the hope is at times as thin as the space in between strawberry rows that flow through the ground like tuned guitar strings.