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Songs About Immigration

The songs listed below portray how the issue of immigration is viewed in popular culture. They were selected in part for their diverse and varying views. A few may contain language that some will find offensive. Inclusion here should not be taken as endorsement by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).

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In response to the Arizona law, SB1070

Corridos

A corrido is a narrative song or ballad from Mexico and the region of the U.S. border with Mexico. Often telling a tale about oppression and ending with a moral, corridos have served as an instrument of political dissent and activism

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Last updated on Tuesday, October 11, 2011.

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The song "ARE WE A NATION?" was written in response to SB1070 to give Sweet Honey In The Rock® the opportunity to discuss their views on immigration and to create express their outrage about the Arizona law.

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