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Teodoro Maus

A former Mexican consul general, now agitating illegal aliens from Mexico inside the U.S.

One of the organizers of the March 24 Georgia boycott and the October 7 Atlanta march.

Leader or member with Coordinating Council of Community Leaders

Planning for the September 30 Atlanta march (rescheduled to the October 7 Atlanta march).

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Last modified Sep 7, 2014
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Kate Brumback doesn't reveal Georgia immigration boycott organizer is former Mexican consul general (Associated Press, HB87) - 07/01/11

... boycott is that GLAHR is headed by Teodoro Maus, the former Mexican consul general in Atlanta. Don't you think that's a highly relevant piece of information? Don't you want to know that a boycott of a U.S. state is being organized by a former official of the Mexican government? If so, then Kate Brumback of the Associated Press is not on your side. Her report on the boycott [1] and an earlier...

Mexico-linked groups, ACLU, NILC, SPLC, SEIU sue Georgia over Arizona-style immigration law (+ADL, Mexico join) - 06/03/11

... Human Rights. GLAHR is headed by Teodoro Maus, former Mexican consul general in Atlanta. Another group, the Instituto de Mexico, is also directly linked to the Mexican government. Others involved in the suit include many names familiar from past ACLU/NILC suits; they're listed at [2]. There are at least two things you can do about this: 1. If the ACLU's summary of the law is factually incorrect...

Another immigration legalization rally held in Atlanta - 01/06/10

... immigration rally organizers, Teodoro Maus, 'former Mexican consul in Atlanta. "How they do it is a matter of negotiation." Maus had harsh words for the small group of protesters with their bullhorns telling them to get out of the U.S.' "I think they are xenophobic," he said. "They are racists and they are hiding their racism in 'legal or not legal.'" Also quotes a protester as denying that he's...

Immigration march organizers have foreign links - 08/15/08

... March 24 Georgia boycott was Teodoro Maus, a former Mexican consul general. He was also one of the organizers of the October 7 Atlanta march. That march was led by GA state Senator Sam Zamarripa and GA state representative Pedro Marin, both members of the Democratic Party. 2. Jorge Mujica of the National Alliance for Immigrant Rights was an organizer of the March 10 Chicago march. He's also an...

Illegal immigration marches: May 1, 2008 - 05/01/08

... advisor (link) to that group is Teodoro Maus, a former Mexican consul general. In Seattle, the low turnout is blamed on: a change of organizers, fear of enforcement, high gas prices, and more. "Hundreds, perhaps thousands" were expected (link). In Portland, around 500 showed up. Credulous Joseph Rose says: Many were shouting "workers of the world, unite!" and following that up by yelling "we...

Photo Feature: Immigration Reform, many pray, a few protest - 07/11/07

... former Mexican consul in Atlanta Teodoro Maus, who is also one of the leaders of GLAHR, stated that the DeKalb County Police Department estimated that about 11,000 to 12,000 people (men, women, and children) participated. ...Maus added that GLAHR plans to take a trip to the capital to lobby for their position. ...the DJs of local radio stations like Viva, El Patron, La Ley, La Raza, La Que Buena...

Groups demand Perdue retract immigration statements - 10/12/06

... letter, signed by council members Teodoro Maus and Adelina Nicholls. Turner does not disclose the fact that Maus is a former consul general of Mexico. ...The Rev. Joseph Lowery, former head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, said the United States needs immigration reform rather than the "demeaning and dehumanizing of our brothers and sisters" from other countries. The SCLC is the...

Immigration march organizers have foreign links - 09/01/06

... boycott/rally in Georgia [1] was Teodoro Maus, a former Mexican consul general. 2. Jorge Mujica is a spokesman for the March 10 Committee [2], which organized the Chicago rally on that date. He's also an official with Mexico's PRD Party ("Party for Democratic Revolution"). [3] [4]. He has some involvement either as a leader or a spokesman of the newly-formed umbrella group called the "National...

Links between the Democratic Party and the Mexican government - 04/22/06

Many Democratic politicians and pundits supported the recent illegal immigration marches, and some Democratic politicians appeared at some of the rallies or even helped organize some of them. And, some other organizers of the rallies have various kinds of links to the government of Mexico. While that's not enough to claim that the Democratic Party has direct links to the Mexican government, they...

Former Mexican consul organized the Georgia boycott - 04/03/06

Welcome readers of the Washington Post's "Town's-Eye View of Immigration Debate" (link). There are a few things missing from that report, the most important being that the boycott the WaPo mentions was organized by a former Mexican Consul General. The WaPo's Peter Slevin says: Proponents of more generous accommodations for illegal immigrants staged a one-day economic boycott on March 24 that...

Georgia illegal aliens protest organized by former Mexican consul - 03/24/06

... Nationwide". It contains the following: Teodoro Maus, an organizer of the Georgia protest, estimated as many as 80,000 Hispanics did not show up for work. Molloy or his editors are apparently too shy to tell us that Maus isn't just a member of the "Coordinating Committee of Community Leaders". He's also a former Mexican consul. As with other professions, whether anyone is truly ever a "former...