H. Nelson Goodson

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Location Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Introduction "Words conveyed by wisdom and truth influence inevitable change, Las palabras que contienen sabiduria y verdad influyen inevitablemente al cambio", H. Nelson Goodson said. Goodson is well known in the local organizing community network. Nationally, Goodson is one of the foremost respected immigration rights and reform journalist. He is also one of America's foremost Latino civil libertarian. The Badger Blogger 2008, Patrick wrote: Mr. H. Nelson Goodson, "You have covered things that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper won't and you cover it in a way they fear." Posted on Badger Blogger on August 17th, 2007 at 6:39 p.m. Goodson was instrumental in helping to coordinate the national Immigration movement early in 2006, which drew millions of supporters for immigration rights and reform. Goodson further encouraged numerous members of the Latino entertainment world to endorse and support immigration reform throughout the nation in 2006, published in "El Conquistador Newspaper" issue on November 21, 2008 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Currently, Goodson has more than 32 years experience in news investigative reporting. (2015)
Interests Goodson a member of the coalition "A Day Without Latinos" that sponsored the historical and largest immigrant protest march ever in the state on March 23, 2006, which drew more than 30, 000 participants from every ethnic group in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Goodson joined the participants and marched against a House Bill sponsored by U.S. Rep. Frank James (Jim) Sensenbrenner, (R-WI), HR 4437, which criminalized organizations and individuals assisting undocumented immigrants, and criminalized undocumented immigration status. The bill failed to pass in Congress, but helped unite Latinos and immigrants throughout the U.S.A.