My view: Repeal incentives that attract illegal immigrants
. . . . Yes, let us all continue in service to our fellow man but continue to recognize that service needs to come from individual effort, not government handouts. We are all aware that Hispanics are generally industrious people, but perhaps service projects should not be used to enhance a political objective. . . .
Latinos gather to offer service around the stateSalt Lake Tribune, United States - 20 hours ago
. . . They were held throughout the state to help dispel misconceptions that Latinos are a burden on the state and its resources. . .,
. . . I don't just want to say I'm from Argentina. I want to say I'm American. . . .. . . moving to Utah to improve her children's educational opportunities . . ..
Latino Hold Service Day Across The StateKUTV, UT - 22 hours ago(KUTV) Latinos in Utah took part in a big effort Saturday to show community pride. From Logan to St. George more than 25 projects ... . . . The Latino population in Utah is about 300,000, . . .
. . ."People just want an opportunity to better themselves, to have an education for their kids, and to have a better life for their kids," . . .
. . . "We are living here. We are raising our families here, and we need to feel that this is our country, it’s our nation, and we have to work together," . . .
Latino Community Plans Service ProjectsKSL-TV, UT - Jul 29, 2005Minutemen have taken their fight to keep illegal immigrants out of the country to the Utah Statehouse. But Utah Latinos say they ...
. . ."Our population is so young, so new to the state, and I don't think a lot of our community has instilled service in their blood yet." . . .
. . .Yapias admits there is an immigration problem, but also wants people to know not every Latino is an illegal immigrant. . . .
IN OUR VIEW Latino service project attacks stereotypesProvo Daily Herald, UT - Jul 30, 2005
. . . They're also hoping to change some people's perception of the area's growing Hispanic population. . .
. . . as with other ethnic groups that have come to America, there has been friction between Hispanics and their neighbors. . . .
. . . this strain has led Hispanics to stage boycotts to show the community their economic power . . .