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Juliana Barbassa

Associated Press reporter, formerly covering immigration matters from California but now the AP's Rio de Janeiro correspondent.

Last modified Sep 7, 2014
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Juliana Barbassa of AP promotes UFW's anti-American "joke" (yes, Americans do field work) - 06/25/10

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press offers "Immigrant farm workers' challenge: Take our jobs" (link) about a new satirical campaign from the United Farmworkers of America. The UFW's campaign is anti-American; if you aren't familiar with this story see the last link. This post only deals with Barbassa's treatment. She says: According to the Labor Department, three out of four farm workers...

Boy Scouts go after Hispanic market with Spanish-language Handbook - 10/09/09

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press offers this (bolding added): The Boy Scouts are making their debut "en espanol," with an advertising campaign launched Thursday and a soon-to-come Spanish-language Scout Handbook intended to draw Latinos to the ranks of the nearly century-old organization. The Spanish-language campaign, called "Valores para toda la vida," translated as "Values for life,"...

Condi Rice promotes immigration "reform", bad policy (why?) - 03/16/09

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press informs us that Condoleezza Rice spoke at Stanford University on Friday and said the following (link):

Juliana Barbassa /AP: it's "drastic" to cut non-emergency health care to illegal aliens - 03/15/09

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press offers "Budget crunch cuts illegal immigrants' health care" (link), a discussion of localities reducing or eliminating non-emergency healthcare to illegal aliens. On the one hand, supporters of illegal immigration are quick to tell us that illegal aliens don't get welfare benefits; on the other hand, when those benefits (broadly construed) are cut, they...

Lawsuit over crime victim visas; Juliana Barbassa/AP, Tyche Hendricks ignore Mexico link - 03/08/07

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press informs us: Attorneys for undocumented immigrants who have suffered violent crimes sued the federal government Wednesday for failing to issue protective visas approved by Congress more than six years ago. The 2000 Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act created a visa category allowing such victims who cooperate with law enforcement to...