Dems Debate For First Time in Spanish With immigration reform one of most important topics for Latinos in the upcoming 2008 election, Democratic presidential candidates appeared on Univision in the first ever bilingual debate. New Proof Points to Racism in SF Schools As San Francisco tries to reverse the flight of Blacks from the city, more evidence shows that as Black students leave their schools there is a low demand at that school. The two top factors correlated with high demand for a seat in a particular school were its academic performance and the availability of special classes like language immersion. Communities of Color Targeted by Predatory Lending ACORN’s new study reveals the racial and income disparities in mortgage lending and finds a big spike last year in the number of high-cost loans made to families of color.
First Bilingual Presidential Debate on Univision
By The News Sep 10, 2007