Síntesis Informativa Lazos
Número: 3398
Ciudad de México a 26 de junio de 2017

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FERIA DE OPORTUNIDADES EDUCATIVAS 2017 / EVENTSOJA
El Consulado General de México en Raleigh tiene el gusto de invitar a la comunidad a la primera “Feria de Oportunidades Educativas” para jóvenes y adultos, el próximo sábado 8 de julio, de 9am a 1pm, en nuestra oficina sede ubicada en 431 Raleigh View Road, Raleigh, NC 27610. (…) así como IME Becas del Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior, The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals, Better Business Bureau y South Carolina Hispanic Leadership Council.
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CONVOCATORIA “LA MARIPOSA MONARCA Y SU CICLO DE VIDA EN NORTEAMÉRICA” / CRM NOTICIAS
El Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior (IME) convoca a la XXI edición del Concurso de Dibujo Infantil “Éste es mi México”, con el tema: “La Mariposa Monarca y su ciclo de vida en Norteamérica”. El tema del concurso se basa en el contexto migratorio que vivimos actualmente, por lo que no podríamos encontrar un mejor símbolo que la mariposa monarca que tiene su ciclo de vida y migra libremente por Canadá, Estados Unidos y México
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Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

ESTUDIANTES DE IPN LOGRAN QUINTO LUGAR EN CONCURSO DE NASA / LA JORNADA
Estudiantes de la Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Mecánica y Eléctrica (Esime) del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN) obtuvieron el quinto lugar en el certamen CanSat Competition 2017, en el cual se enfrentaron a equipos de 80 países en Stephenville, Texas, Estados Unidos. Los politécnicos de la Unidad Ticomán diseñaron y construyeron un sistema aeroespacial que tuvo como propósito simular un viaje planetario, cuya misión sería realizar un muestreo de la composición de la atmósfera durante el vuelo.
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ALCALDES DE EU REPUDIAN POLÍTICA DE INMIGRACIÓN DE TRUMP / LA JORNADA
Los alcaldes de las ciudades de Estados Unidos advirtieron a Donald Trump que un endurecimiento de las políticas de inmigración interfiere con su manejo de las urbes. Más de 250 alcaldes están reunidos en Miami Beach para fijar posiciones en torno a una serie de asuntos que van desde el cambio climático hasta el presupuesto nacional y los planes de salud. También analizan resoluciones que contrastarían con la campaña del gobierno de Trump para combatir la inmigración irregular.
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INMIGRANTES EN EU PODRÁN RETRACTARSE DE HABERSE DECLARADO CULPABLES / LA JORNADA
La Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos falló este viernes que los inmigrantes pueden recibir una segunda oportunidad ante tribunales cuando sus abogados les aconsejen declararse culpables de un delito que pueda llevar a su deportación. La decisión, que tuvo votación 6-2, es aplicable a inmigrantes que enfrentan evidencia abrumadora de culpabilidad de un delito.
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A RUBÉN BLADES LE GUSTA REPRESENTAR A LOS LATINOS / HUMBERTO MONTOYA / EL UNIVERSAL
Rubén Blades, quien participa en la tercera temporada de Fear The Walking Dead, afirma que no le teme a personajes complejos.El panameño de 68 años, agradece la oportunidad de retratar a los latinos aún cuando la serie no se centre en la política, e incluso afirma que son personajes como éstos los que ayudan a dar una percepción diferente ante las acusaciones del actual presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump.
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CORTE SUPREMA DE EU AUTORIZA PARCIALMENTE EL VETO MIGRATORIO DE TRUMP / EXCELSIOR
La Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos concedió hoy una victoria al presidente Donald Trump, al admitir a trámite el caso de su veto migratorio y permitir la entrada en vigor de algunas partes de su iniciativa, destinada a prohibir la entrada de refugiados y ciudadanos de seis países de mayoría musulmana.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

CHALLENGE TO HARSH TEXAS IMMIGRATION LAW TO BE HEARD MONDAY / MARIA SACCHETTI / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
A federal judge will hear arguments on Monday over whether to block a tough new immigration law in Texas, in a battle that pits border towns and big cities against the state's Republican governor and President Donald Trump. The small border city of El Cenizo and other plaintiffs will ask U.S. District Court Judge Orlando Garcia for a preliminary injunction to halt the law, which they oppose because it requires them to detain immigrants who have been arrested for local crimes so that federal deportation agents can take them into custody. Hundreds of protesters are expected at U.S. District Court on Cesar Chavez Boulevard for the 9:30 a.m. hearing.
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BOOK WORLD: BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN IMMIGRANTS AND COMMUNITIES / STEVEN V. ROBERTS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Manpreet Tiwana is a Punjabi-speaking police officer in the farming community of Kerman, Calif. She describes her importance to the area's many immigrant residents: "They found somebody who can communicate with them, and they can tell their issues to. They want to lay it out and tell me all their problems." Tiwana's role goes far beyond listening to immigrant complaints, Ali Noorani writes in "There Goes the Neighborhood": "Officer Tiwana's service humanized law enforcement for her community, and humanized South Asians for the broader community. She was a bridge between both worlds." This example embodies the core argument advanced by Noorani,
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OPRAH PICKS DEBUT NOVEL 'BEHOLD THE DREAMERS' FOR BOOK CLUB / HILLEL ITALIE / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Imbolo Mbue, whose debut novel "Behold the Dreamers" is Oprah Winfrey's latest selection, owes her career in part to the talk-show host. "Years ago, I went to the library one day in Falls Church, Virginia, to borrow a book and saw a shelf that only had Oprah book club picks," Mbue, 36, told The Associated Press during a recent telephone interview. "And one of the books that caught my eye was Toni Morrison's 'Song of Solomon.' And after reading it, I was very much in awe of it (and) thought maybe I would try writing, too." Mbue's "Behold the Dreamers" was published in 2016 and won the PEN/Faulkner Award for fiction, an honor previously given to Philip Roth and Ann Patchett, among others.
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JOE ARPAIO ON TRIAL OVER IMMIGRATION ACTIONS ECHOING TRUMP'S / JACQUES BILLEAUD / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
The immigration rhetoric and crackdowns pushed by President Donald Trump have a familiar ring in Arizona, where former Sheriff Joe Arpaio once used similar tactics to become a national figure. Now, Arpaio is going on trial on a criminal charge stemming from those immigration enforcement actions. His eight-day trial that begins Monday in federal court in Phoenix will determine whether the 85-year-old retired lawman is guilty of misdemeanor contempt of court for disobeying a judge's order to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants. The judge later found his officers racially profiling Latinos.
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POLL: YOUNGER REPUBLICANS MORE LIBERAL ON IMMIGRATION / DANIEL TRIELLI / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Young Republicans hold significantly more liberal views of immigrants and immigration than their older counterparts, reflecting a difference consistent with white Americans regardless of which political party they identify with, according to the latest American Values Atlas, a survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute survey. While 41 percent of Republicans of all ages believe immigrants face a lot of discrimination in the United States, the percentage increases to 60 percent among Republicans between 18 and 29 years old, the survey found.
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IMMIGRANT WOMEN FEAR DEPORTATION UNDER TRUMP IF THEY REPORT DOMESTIC ABUSE, ADVOCATES SAY / MANYA BRACHEAR PASHMAN / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Maria never called the police, even when her boyfriend clutched her neck and squeezed hard enough to leave bruises, she said. Because he is in a gang, she said, she feared he would kill her if she reported him. Because she lives in the U.S. irregularly, she feared the government would deport her to Mexico, where she hasn't lived since 1998. Lawyers and advocates for domestic violence victims say under President Donald Trump's stricter immigration policies, which include plans to expand deportations of people here undocumented, 
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GLENDALE POLICE CHIEF SAYS ‘SANCTUARY STATE’ BILL COULD PUT PUBLIC AT RISK / ANDY NGUYEN / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Citing public safety concerns, the chief of the Glendale Police Department has come out against the so-called “sanctuary state” bill currently making its way through the California Legislature. According to a statement released this week by the department, Glendale Police Chief Robert Castro is against Senate Bill 54, as he believes it would hinder state and local law enforcement agencies from carrying out their jobs and potentially endanger the public. “Under the current version of the proposed bill, there are many barriers and hurdles (...)
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

LA COUR SUPREME REMET PARTIELLEMENT EN VIGUEUR LE DECRET MIGRATOIRE DE TRUMP / LE DEVOIR
La Cour suprême des États-Unis a remis lundi partiellement en vigueur le décret anti-immigration très controversé de Donald Trump, en attendant de l’examiner en audience à l’automne. Le décret interdisant temporairement l’entrée aux États-Unis des ressortissants de six pays musulmans — Syrie, Libye, Iran, Soudan, Somalie et Yémen — s’applique désormais vis-à-vis de quiconque « n’ayant pas établi de relation de bonne foi avec une personne ou une entité aux États-Unis ». En clair, tout habitant de ces pays qui serait totalement inconnu des autorités américaines se verra refuser l’accès au territoire des États-Unis, ont tranché les neuf sages de la Cour suprême.
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ASYLUM SEEKERS IN CANADA WHO FLED TRUMP NOW TRAPPED IN LEGAL LIMBO / ANNA MEHLER PAPERNY AND ROD NICKEL / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Thousands of people who fled to Canada to escape President Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal migrants have become trapped in legal limbo because of an overburdened refugee system, struggling to find work, permanent housing or enroll their children in schools. Refugee claims are taking longer to be completed than at any time in the past five years, according to previously unpublished Immigration and Refugee Board data provided to Reuters. Those wait times are set to grow longer after the IRB in April allocated “up to half” of its 127 tribunal members to focus on old cases. The number of delayed hearings more than doubled from 2015 to 2016 and is on track to increase again this year.
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KEEPERS OF A DYING DIALECT: ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS IN SARNIA, ONT., STILL SPEAK AN ANCIENT LANGUAGE / THE NATIONAL POST
Michael Iannozzi, a Sarnia-born linguistics student, is devoting his PhD to recording his hometown's specific brand of the dialect before the ones who speak it are gone. In the afternoons, the round tables at the Dante Club are used for Scopa. It is a vexing card game, played so intensely by the older gentlemen at this volunteer-run bocce hall here, that management has put up signs: “No foul language.” The forbidden curse words, some of them at least, are from an ancient dialect. It is called Ciociaro and it comes from a region in Italy known informally as Ciociaria — a cluster of towns in the hills of southern Lazio, between Naples and Rome.
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