9/11

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A Compton homie fell down and went boom, so he called 911 for a medical assistance. The conversation didn’t go as planned. [NSFW language.]

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#TBT 2002: 9/11 — Never Forget! (toon)

by Lalo Alcaraz September 11, 2014 Cartoons
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Undocumented immigrants: The invisible victims of 9/11

by Verdana Bold September 11, 2014 El Now
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The undocumented immigrants impacted by the bombing of the World Trade Center were practically invisible to the government and agencies that were supposed to help them, two academics reported Tuesday. The victims and their families were never properly counted because of their social and political isolation from wider society: Immigrants without papers distrusted law enforcement […]

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Compton vato with attitude calls 911 for ambulance (NSFW video)

by Soy Capitan October 17, 2013 Cultura
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A homeboy in Compton fell and got an ouchie, so he called 911 for an ambulance. The conversation didn’t go as planned. [NSFW language.]

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9/11 ‘worst day ever’ for Alberto Qaeda of the Bronx

by Malcolm Mex September 11, 2013 El Now
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(PNS reporting from EL BRONX) Almost every adult American remembers where they were on Sept. 11, 2001, but few remember more vividly than Bronx janitor Alberto Qaeda. “That was the first time I ever got my ass kicked.  And the second time.  And the third,” recalls Qaeda, who used to go by the more informal […]

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Maria Elena Salinas: ‘After 9/11, we’re all suspected terrorists’ (video)

by Bronco del Camino September 11, 2012 El Now
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Univision news anchor Maria Elena Salinas reflects on covering the attacks of September 11, 2001 and how that event affected the perception of immigrants in the U.S.

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