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PNS Daily Newscast - June 1, 2020 


Protests over Floyd killing go global, as U.S. demonstrations focus on multiple recent victims of alleged lethal police misconduct.

2020Talks - June 1, 2020 


Protests continued over the weekend in police killing of George Floyd, with law enforcement in some cities using force against demonstrators. Former VP Joe Biden urged against violence.

Public News Service - NY: Immigrant

New York, NY — President-elect Obama is being pressured to take quick action on the economy, and New York immigration reform advocates say a path to legalization for undocumented workers makes both "dollars and sense." Saru Jayaraman, co-director of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, s

New York, NY — The investigation of a New York murder as a hate crime is expanding, on orders from the governor. Gov. David Paterson called the murder of an Ecuadorian man over the weekend a "senseless and cowardly attack." He has ordered state law enforcement agencies to assist Suffolk Count

New York, NY — While voters across the state reported long lines on Election Day, the New York Board of Elections reports local turnout was only up slightly. What happened? A major new exit poll of nearly 5,000 New York City voters provides an answer. Reportedly, most of the long lines were fo

New York, NY - In just one week, New York voters will make their choice from a multiethnic group of candidates for president. Today, 58,000 New Americans are the focus of a major "get out the vote" effort. In Bay Ridge, it's the Arab Community; in Brooklyn, they're calling Russian voters; and in Al

New York, NY — At a time when retail sales are off and businesses are cutting back, a new study suggests that New York has a strong economic engine to draw on — immigrants. The Hagedorn Foundation study focused on the largest suburban immigrant community in the nation, on Long Island.

New York, NY — Immigrant voters could play a key role in November's election. Exit polls show that in 2006, two-thirds of all new voters in New York City were immigrants. Latinos and non-native-born Americans are critical swing voters who could decide the election but are virtually ignored by

New York, NY — Wall Street's financial meltdown could push Latino voter turnout to a new record high, according to voters' rights advocates working with New York's Latino populations. More than nine million Latinos are expected to vote in November, an increase of 20 percent. A new national re

New York, NY - Some New York delegates to the Democratic National Convention believe the demographic pendulum has swung - and the new "swing vote" will come from Latinos. If Barack Obama expects to become president in November, these voters say, they agree with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson -

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