Posts Tagged ‘ Pastor ’

Why California Needs Immigration Reform

May 8, 2013
Why California Needs Immigration Reform

MANUEL PASTOR, director of USC's Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, Dornsife College

This op-ed originally appeared in the Sacramento Bee on May 8.

With the U.S. Senate finally poised to discuss immigration reform, it is important that those of us in California stay focused on what this might mean in the state and what is needed in a bill – and after – to help the state prosper. California clearly has multiple interests in getting...

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What Brought L.A. Back From the 1992 Riots

April 25, 2012
What Brought L.A. Back From the 1992 Riots

MANUEL PASTOR, director of USC's Program for Environmental and Regional Equity, and KAFI BLUMENFIELD, president and CEO Liberty Hill Foundation.

This op-ed originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

In 1992, the acquittal of four police officers accused of beating Rodney King was the match that ignited a city, setting off a wave of violence that left 53 dead, thousands injured and hundreds of businesses destroyed. There was a lot of accumulated tinder to burn. Los Angeles was struggling with a...

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