Los Angeles Students to Be Taught That Arizona Immigration Law is Un-American
By Jana Winter
June 2, 2010
The Los Angeles Unified School District school board wants all public school students in the city to be taught that Arizona's new immigration law is un-American.
The school board president made the announcement Tuesday night after the district's Board of Education passed a resolution to oppose the controversial law, which gives law enforcement officials in Arizona the power to question and detain people they suspect are in the U.S. illegally when they are stopped in relation to a crime or infraction.
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Also see: Mexico opens California office to provide ID for illegals
[Ed. Are you aware that the NEA teacher's union recommends Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" to its members as a resource? And THESE are the people we entrust our children's education to?]