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Not Rex: Deport Jason Kenney!

Canada's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney continues to set up new discriminatory hurdles for today's immigrants.

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| July 22, 2010
| July 8, 2010

Jason Kenney's disposable workforce of temporary foreign labour

Using the distraction of police violence against protesters that was on display at the G20 Summit marches in Toronto, the Canadian government once again affirmed their commitment to the movement of people across their borders only as cheap and replaceable labour.

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| July 1, 2010
Redeye

A First Nations take on the U.S. immigration debate

June 1, 2010
| The reservation that Alex Soto lives on straddles the border between the United States and Mexico. He shares his views on the current debate in Arizona about border and immigration controls.
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| May 13, 2010
| May 6, 2010
| May 6, 2010

Machete has a (viral) message for Arizona

The state of Arizona recently passed a law allowing authorities to stop anyone they suspect of being an "illegal alien" and ask for proof of citizenship. 

Coincidentally, Machete, an over-the-top action-filled film about anti-immigrant politics in the United States is set to be released this year.   The trailer has gone viral on social networking sites as a response to the outrageous law passed in Arizona.

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