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Editor, Latino Coverage — BuzzFeed
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Editor, Latino coverage @BuzzFeed. Reporter @BuzzFeedNews | Past @NBCLatino | Committed to elevating Latino voices into mainstream media. adrian.c@buzzfeed.com

#StopTheParade Protesters Descend On New York's Thanksgiving Day Parade

buzzfeed.com — Hands up don't shoot #stoptheparade #BlackLivesMatter - Katastrophe (@nevernotever) Were moving hands up #stoptheparade #blacklivesmatter - Katastrophe (@nevernotever) #StopTheParade Is On The Move In Manhattan; Massive #NYPD Mobilization Underway - http://t.co/it8iCMlPY8 - Breaking911 (@Breaking911) People keep saying these pictures r fake. OF COURSE they are! The real pics will be much more iconic.

Poll: Latino Voters Overwhelmingly Support Obama's Immigration Actions

buzzfeed.com — AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana Latino voters have Obama's back again. That's according to a new poll by Latino Decisions, for Presente.org and Mi Familia Vota, the first of Latino voters since Obama announced sweeping executive actions, given to BuzzFeed News ahead of its announcement on Monday.

How The Immigrant Rights Movement Got Obama To Save Millions From Deportations

buzzfeed.com — President Obama's executive actions to give legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants have been framed as a president choosing to be confrontational and daring. But the real story is different: Obama was forced to do this. The path to the executive actions didn't start in Washington - it started at a rec center in San Francisco's Chinatown.

One DREAMer's Emotional Reaction To Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

buzzfeed.com — Salgado, who has been approved for Obama's previous Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program spoke to BuzzFeed News about his response to the announcement. "Facebook has been a way for us undocumented folks to share the feels," he said. "Much like the DACA announcement, a lot of us were torn.

Obama Expands Legal Status To Millions Of Undocumented Immigrants

buzzfeed.com — WASHINGTON - President Obama will announce Thursday night the administration will extend temporary legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants in larger package of executive actions aimed at U.S. immigration policy. The actions include border security and business-related measures, but the focus - and controversy - of the actions is in the broadening of temporary legal status for certain categories of undocumented immigrants.

Obama Immigration Talking Points: It's Legal And GOP Can Supersede With Legislation

buzzfeed.com — Petar Kujundzic / Reuters The Obama administration sent immigration talking points to activists Monday night, providing a window into the message they want to hammer and once again suggesting that long-awaited administrative actions could come very soon.

Immigration Activists On Executive Actions: It's Not Enough

buzzfeed.com — The details of President Obama's long-anticipated executive actions on immigration are coming into focus and activists Thursday had a firm response: This is good, but not enough.

Two Prominent Democrats Float Idea Of Delaying Immigration Actions

buzzfeed.com — President Obama vowed he would take executive action to slow deportations before the end of 2014 - but still has not said when exactly he will do so. The delay of the long-promised actions until after the election, instead of this summer, was meant to help vulnerable Democrats up for re-election in conservative states.

Colorado Democrat Didn't Embrace Immigration And That's Why He Lost, Advocates And Pollster Say

buzzfeed.com — In the run-up to Tuesday's electoral washout, Latino Democrats and immigrant rights activists knocking on doors for Senator Mark Udall brought up the same concern: The candidate's decision to avoid talking about immigration in the election was making it hard to get Latino voters excited about him.

Hillary Clinton Confronted By Biggest Immigration Disturbance Yet Over Obama's Coming Executive Actions

buzzfeed.com — COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Five groups of loud and persistent activists disrupted Hillary Clinton's speech at a rally in Maryland, marking the latest, and rowdiest, in a series of protests meant to press Clinton to disclose her stance on President Obama's expected executive actions.
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Nov 27, 2014

RT @tamarindlemur: @Carrasquillo @BuzzFeedNews Thanks for covering #stoptheparade, as apparently no one else outside of Twitter will touch the story.

Nov 27, 2014

Dogs Watching The Dog Show Remain The Best Thing About Thanksgiving buzzfeed.com/lindseyadler/r… via @Lahlahlindsey @buzzfeed



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