"On Tuesday, The New York Times updated its policies on how it uses the phrase “illegal immigrant” in its coverage. The newspaper did not go as far as The Associated Press, and it will continue to allow the phrase to be used for “someone...
" From: Coon, William
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 6:16 PM
To: USAT ED Virginia Staff; USAT ED Field Staff
Subject: Change in USA TODAY style on illegal immigration
You probably have heard that the Associated Press recently changed...
"As we pointed out a few weeks ago ,
usage of the i-word by the largest newspapers in the country has been
steadily growing in recent months. So imagine our surprise when today we
read two articles from The Daily Pennsylvanian about immigrants...
Prerna Lal writes: "I enjoy your writing, probably more than most people. You hold President Obama accountable for his abhorrent immigration policies. You stick it to the Republicans for hating on immigrants because their hate has to do with the...
"In this podcast , Fi2W executive producer John Rudolph discusses the
editorial and political implications of this debate over terminology
with Julia Preston, national immigration correspondent for the New York
Times, and Monica Novoa, a writer...