His fundamental thesis is that United States imperialism in Mexico, the Caribbean, and South and Central America has impoverished the people of the Spanish-speaking nations and created links between the North American power and its southern neighbors. Heavy Latino immigration into the United States at the end of the twentieth century is therefore the harvest of a regional empire. His book is therefore divided into three parts: He examines the emergence of the United States as a regional power over the course of the nineteenth century and the reduction of the Latin American nations to borderlands of the North American power.
Transcript This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. A new report by the National Hispanic Media Coalition has found media portrayals of Latinos and immigrants are fueling rampant negative stereotypes among the general population. The organization called on the Federal Communications Commission to study the impacts of hate speech in the media.
This comes at a time when immigration has become a key issue in the presidential race. Both President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney answered tough questions about immigration and deportation when they appeared on the Spanish-language network Univision last week.
Obama made news again Friday when the White House said a new federal policy that grants some young immigrants temporary legal status to stay in the country will not make them eligible for health insurance under the new healthcare law.
Host George Stephanopoulos asked Coulter about her claim. Immigrant rights are not civil rights? No, I think civil rights are for blacks.
See, this is essentially the problem. What did we—can I just say, what have we done to the immigrants? We owe black people something; we have a legacy of slavery.
Well, at this time of this heated and divisive debate over immigration, we turn to a new documentary out this week: The Untold Story of Latinos in America. The film examines how— New York Daily News columnist. The film examines how U. We are all proud to be American today!
Fly your flag with pride!
But when the immigrants come, they come with a culture of criminality. They put a strain on our Social Security, our education, our healthcare. Thousands upon thousands of Puerto Ricans were actually recruited to come work here in the United States.
The feeling was we could very easily overthrow this progressive government and make it a lot easier for the United Fruit Company and other American businesses to operate in Central America. From the very beginning, the West depended for its labor on Mexicans. Are you a communist, Fidel?
Wait for the history. The history will say what we are. I had never seen anything like El Salvador. I was more frightened there than Vietnam.
What was going on there was the slaughter of the innocents. The instability that we have contributed to creates the kind of chaos and disarray that leads to more immigration. I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots, even though they may have entered illegally.
The reality is that America is changing. By the end of this century, a majority of the people will trace their origins not to Europe but to Latin America.
We all have the same abilities. We all have the same potential. America has always been a nation in the process of becoming, in process of change.Harvest of Empire is a gripping documentary that reveals the political and social roots that have driven millions to migrate from Latin America to the United States.
Starring: Juan . harvest of empire by juan gonzalez what are chapter about and details?? The first part of the book is about the roots of modern-day Latinos, thorough the Spanish colonization of South America.
Juan Gonzalez is one of this country s best-known Latino journalists. He was a staff columnist for New York s Daily News from to and has been a co-host since of Democracy Now! He is the author of Harvest of Empire, News for All the People, Fallout, and Reclaiming Gotham/5().
About the Author JUAN GONZÁLEZ Author Juan González has been a journalist for more than 30 years and a staff columnist at the New York Daily News since Juan González, Harvest of Empire At a time of heated and divisive debate over immigration, Onyx Films is proud to present Harvest of Empire, a feature-length documentary that reveals the direct connection between the long history of U.S.
intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today. Harvest of Empire is a gripping documentary that reveals the political and social roots that have driven millions to migrate from Latin America to the United States.