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Farmers Worried About Crops Due to Immigration Law

By admin | September 29, 2011

Photo:International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center

Photo:International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center

By: Melaina Gasbarrino

The world of farming is about to change with the new Alabama law against illegal immigration, especially if it is put into place beyond Alabama borders. The new law, which forces illegal immigrants out of the country was partially put into effect yesterday, and as a result many Hispanic employees at farms across Alabama are fleeing the country. This of course is taking a toll on the farming community of Good Hope, Alabama, one of Alabama’s leading agricultural areas, because the majority of farm workers are illegal or legal immigrants. Read More

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My Mobile Mardi Gras

By mahir | March 8, 2011

By Erica Veal – Events Manager at Red Rooster Harlem

My family is from Mobile, Alabama. In Mobile, Mardi Gras starts two weeks before Ash Wednesday, with parades and that sort of thing. People are out there right now, partying, and celebrating. Read More

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