Through massive police intervention, the Mexican government brings an end to the more than nine month-old strike at Mexico's most important university.
Former Mexican guest-workers intensify their efforts in Mexico and in the U.S. to recover their savings fund.
Latino organizations try out a new method of birth control that focuses on male responsibility.
The AFL-CIO, the largest union federation in the United States called for a general amnesty for all undocumented workers and for opposing sanctions against employers who hire undocumented labor. This represents a dramatic policy change in the federation's stance towards undocumented immigration. Citlali Saenz provides comments from Eliseo Mendoza, a top national union official.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer and Latino leaders step up pressure on U.S. Senate leadership to confirm Judge Richard Paez to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Noticiero Latino attended a news teleconference with Sen. Boxer and other leaders.
Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez says he has received pressure from high Democratic Party officials after announcing his support for Democratic presidential candidate Bill Bradley. Most Latino elected officials have endorsed Vicepresident Gore for the primary polls. Patricia Guadalupe speaks to Rep. Gutierrez in Washington.
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