High Desert Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, as well as the City of Victorville, sponsored the Cinco de Mayo Festival, Victor Valley College, a taxpayer funded community college.
RALLY IN SUPPORT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Forest Service Office, San Bernardino, CA 10/19/11
On 9/12/11, four illegal aliens, in front of the U.S. Forest Service office, San Bernardino, accompanied by pro-illegal alien organizations – VIA SPANISH INTERPRETERS – denounced U.S. law enforcement – they alleged U.S. Forest Service officers engaged in racial profiling. 9/3/11: on a Lytle Creek mountain road, U.S. Forest Service officers stopped the overloaded van: tail lights were inoperable, children were not in seat belts, the driver had an expired driver’s license. Eventually ICE was called upon the scene and four adult illegal aliens were arrested and detained by Immigration Customs Enforcement officers.
The four illegal aliens were released from the custody of ICE within 24 hours and protested in front of U.S. Forest Service, San Bernardino, within one week. All four of the illegal aliens are from Michoacan, Mexico.
The illegal aliens accompanied by supporters – the Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Inland Southern California and the San Bernardino Community Center at the 9/12/11 press conference initiated a racial profiling investigation and are demanding to meet with the U.S. Forest Service. According to the U.S. Forest Service, San Bernardino, the Lytle Creek incident is under investigation by the U.S. Forest Service office in Washington, DC.
CBS Outdoor Advertising had been placing Spanish language billboards in Upland and Rancho Cucamonga, CA. After the public outcry, English language billboards have replaced all of the former Spanish language billboard sites.
Upland, CA, Central Ave, CBS Outdoor billboard #4441, Spanish language billboard.
In the video above, Upland, CA, Central Ave, CBS Outdoor billboard #4441, Spanish language billboard replaced with an English language billboard.
LaVerne, CA, Freeway Overpass Veterans Day Flag Rally