Detainees’ Attorneys Challenge the Court

By Jessica Valoris Nov 02, 2006

The RaceWire Beat – 11.02.06 Detainees’ Attorneys Challenge the Court Attorneys for captives in the Guantanamo Bay military prison asked a federal appeals court yesterday to reject a provision of the new military-commission law that strips hundreds of detainees of their right to challenge their detention in U.S. courts. Why Affirmative Action Doesn’t Hurt Whites Opponents of affirmative action cling to the false claims that the policy elevates blacks and Latinos at the expense of whites. Attention NBC Telemundo: Latinos Need Local News Too NBC Universal is replacing local newscasts at Telemundo stations with a centralized hubbed newscast out of Fort Worth, Texas. Latino journalists are worried about what this could mean for local news. Oaxaca’s Unrest Echoes America’s Civil Rights South The Federal intervention in Oaxaca’s unrest last weekend is indication that the Mexican’s poorest southern state may about to have a reversal of fortune.