Tag: MARCELO LUCERO

A Couple of Thoughts on the Anniversary of Marcelo Lucero’s Murder

Matt Crosson, the now-dead director of the Long Island Association was on a panel a decade ago discussing the climate of hatred against immigrants...

Vigil in Memory of the Tenth Anniversary of the Killing of...

November 8, 2018 is the Tenth Anniversary of the hate-crime killing of Ecuadoran immigrant Marcelo Lucero. This year's vigil will be at SUNY Stony...

Join Us For the Ten Year Anniversary Vigil at SUNY Stony...

On November 8, 2008 a group of high school students attacked and killed Ecuadoran immigrant Marcelo Lucero in Suffolk County's worst incident of anti-immigrant...

The Lessons of Lucero: When Politicians Spew Hatred Immigrants Die

The 8th Anniversary of the killing of Marcelo Lucero is November 8. Tuesday. Election Day. Lucero was killed in an attack by a group...

Dozens Observe Anniversary of Killing of Marcelo Lucero in Patchogue

Dozens of Long Islanders gathered in Patchogue to remember Marcelo Lucero, who was murdered near the railway station on November 8, 2008. Marcelo's brother...

Marcelo Lucero 8th Anniversary Vigil

Marcelo Lucero was killed in an attack by seven Suffolk teenagers on November 8, 2008. The attack occurred just four days after the election...

ThinkProgress: Long Islanders fear a return to violence against immigrants

ThinkProgress has an article out today looking at Long Island eight years after the murder of Marcelo Lucero. The Ecuadoran immigrant was lynched less than...

Patchogue community comes together to say NO to hate

Last Thursday, the Patchogue community came together at a vigil in memory of Marcelo Lucero and said NO to violence, hatred and bigotry that...

Stony hearts and the tears of Joselo Lucero in Patchogue

When I arrived in Patchogue yesterday, I passed a man with two large signs standing in the street a block from where Marcelo Lucero...

LILAC Conference: Filling in the Gaps to Language Access

“It’s simple justice that those who contribute their tax dollars through the treasury to public resources should not be excluded from the very institutions...

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