Code Switch Race and identity, remixed.

Members of a coalition of Latino groups rally outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Activists say they plan more rallies and demonstrations across the country to push for action on immigration reform. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Activists: We Want An Emancipator, Not A 'Deporter In Chief'

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Sheriff L.O. Davis reads a set of local laws to Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, Dr. Robert Hayling and Mrs. John M. Burgess. The protesters remained seated as they attempted to integrate the dining room at a table in the Ponce De Leon Motor Lodge. Corbis hide caption

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Why A Proper Lady Found Herself Behind Bars

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Michael Peña plays Cesar Chavez in the film about the activist. Courtesy of Lionsgate hide caption

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In 'Cesar Chavez,' A Reluctant Hero Fights For 'La Causa'

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Isaias Hernandez (left) counsels Paul Garcia on his finances at the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation in Montebello, Calif. Courtesy of the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation hide caption

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Latinos Live Longer But Struggle To Save Enough For Retirement

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Daniel Snyder, the Washington Redskins' owner, pointed to support from Native officials: "They have genuine issues they truly are worried about, and our team's name is not one of them." Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Neil deGrasse Tyson is hosting Cosmos, the science documentary series made popular by Carl Sagan. Tyson is Sagan's successor as America's most famous scientist. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Education Secretary Arne Duncan, right, and Attorney General Eric Holder, appeared at a Washington, D.C., elementary school and said schools need to reduce "unnecessary and unfair school discipline practices and other barriers to equity and opportunity at all levels of education." Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Santiago Erevia is one of only three living soldiers receiving a Medal of Honor on March 18. Behind him is a photo projection of his younger self in uniform. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Decades Later, A Medal Of Honor For Hispanic-American Hero

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