Robert Haasch

Robert Haasch
Location
San Tan Valley, Arizona, USA
Birthday
January 21
Company
Sand Angel Media, Inc.
Bio
Robert is a freelance photographer living near Phoenix, Arizona. He has been taking photos most of his life. Recently he has been documenting the various political events surrounding the passing of Arizona's anti-migrant law, SB1070. For the past few years, he has been covering a variety of rallies and important events. His photographs can be viewed and purchased for personal and commercial use at SandAngel.com. His work can also be viewed on articles at the Desert Free Press based in Arizona.

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During the protest at ICE headquarters in Phoenix, a white bus arrived with people who were detained for being in the country without proper documentation. Protestors rushed to the fence to yell and make noise for all the detainees to hear. Parts of SB1070 had been removed but ICE was still… Read full post »

Editor’s Pick
MAY 5, 2012 2:28PM

Popular Rock Band Mana Breaks Arizona Sound Strike

Protestors hold up signs to protest ManÒÂÃÒÒÂÒá. 

¡La Huelga del Pueblo Sigue! The musical group Maná visited Phoenix, Arizona Friday night. Members of Comites del Defensa del Barrio protested outside US Airways Center because the band broke the sound strike imposed after the passing of Arizona's anti-migrant law, SB107Read full post »

JT Ready walks through the crowd of protestors at the NSM rally in Phoenix on November 13th, 2010.

JT Ready walks through the crowd of protestors at the National Socialist Movement rally in Phoenix on November 13th, 2010. - Robert Haasch 

Nick Martin from the TPM Muckraker just published a story about a recent screed written by JT Ready on the now defunct US… Read full post »

Editor’s Pick
MAY 4, 2012 2:29PM

We Are Not Immigrants

We are not immigrants. We are human beings just like you. 

Photo by Robert Haasch

I was born in Germany, I grew up in Michigan, I lived in Florida for fifteen years, and then I moved to Arizona in 2005. What is wrong with that sentence? Actually nothing unless you are wondering why we moved… Read full post »