Carlos Santana regaña a Georgia por ley antiinmigrante


El músico Carlos Santana aprovechó su presencia en el juego de pelota en conmemoración de los Derechos Civiles para regañar a la gente de Georgia por permitir que se firmara una ley antiinmigrante en el estado.
“Estoy aquí en representación de los inmgrantes, de los que no tienen voz”, dijo Santana en la ceremonia previa al partido entre los Braves y los Phillies. “La gente de Georgia y la de Arizona debería estar avergonzada”.
Santana se encontraba en la ciudad para recibir el premio “Luz del Cambio” este domingo durante el partido conmemorativo.
Instó a que se realice un boicot de dos semanas en contra de Georgia y que se agradezca a los trabajadores inmigrantes que se verán afectadas con la entrada en vigor de la HB87.
Apenas este viernes, el gobernador Nathan Deal firmó esta ley, misma que entrara en vigor el 1 de julio entrante.

About Gustavo Martínez Contreras

was born in Texas, brewed in Mexico City, seasoned in the Mexico-United States border, aged walking the streets of Philadelphia. He had a short-lived stint eating grits, fried chicken, and peaches in Atlanta. He later became a béisbol writer for El Diario de Nueva York. He has written about immigrant communities in English, Spanish, and some Spanglish. Although he does not have a shelf full of awards, Gustavo has received thank you notes and hugs from people who have trusted him with their stories. His work has appeared in Voices of New York, El Diario/La Prensa, Dallas’ Al Día, The Philadelphia Public School Notebook, Philadelphia Weekly, Radio Bilingüe, Latina Lista, Spot.us, among others. He is currently pursuing a master's degree at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
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