NASA’s Flight Director of Mars Perseverance Is a Female Colombian Immigrant

Diana Trujillo: NASA's Flight Director of Mars Perseverance Is a Female Colombian Immigrant

Diana Trujillo was 17-years-old when she immigrated to the United States from Colombia, with only $300 and not speaking any English.
Census Bureau Chief Steven Dillingham Resigns Amid Controversy on Immigrant Count

Census Bureau Chief Steven Dillingham Resigns Amid Controversy on Immigrant Count

Steven Dillingham announced Monday his plan to resign as director of the U.S. Census Bureau when the new administration takes control of the government.
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Latino Electorates in Georgia Gain Attention in High-Stakes Senate Races

The Latino electorate in Georgia has been growing. Its turnout has also been increasing, leaving behind Latinos' national participation rates in 2016 and 2018.
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Latin Community Stays Connected Through This WhatsApp Feature

In this tech-savvy but currently socially restricted world, WhatsApp has helped immigrants adjust and cope with being homesick.
U.S. Supreme Court announced that anyone who encourages an undocumented person to stay in the country may be criminalized.

Aiders of Illegal Immigrants Could Face Criminal Charges, Says U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced that anyone who encourages or aids an undocumented person to stay in the country may be criminalized.
Immigrant Food Restaurant Operates Near the White House

Immigrant Food Restaurant Operates Near the White House

The immigrant Food Restaurant opens near the White House and the message of the new establishment is peace through food.
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Undocumented Population Stable Since Great Recession Due to Deportation, Immigrant Departures

The undocumented immigrant population has been stable since the start of the Great Recession, shifting longstanding trends related to the undocumented population, particularly among undocumented Mexicans, who once represented about half of undocumented immigrant.
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North Carolina's Immigrant Population Demonstrates Financial Power Amid Rapid Growth

North Carolina's immigrant populace emphasizes the financial power of non-native residents via their vital contributions to the state's economy, according to a report commissioned by the North Carolina Justice Center.
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Immigration Influx Leads to Better Understanding of Nonverbal Expressions: Study

Multicultural areas, particularly those without a shared language, tend to produce more individuals who efficiently rely on nonverbal expression of emotions to gauge what others are thinking because of large immigrant populations.
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Immigrant Youth Need Obamacare, Affordable Care Act Healthcare Coverage, Sexual Risk Behaviors Vary by Acculturation

Based on their degree of acculturation, Hispanic millennials exhibit different levels of sexual risk behaviors. The language spoken by Hispanic millennials and their place of birth likely determines attitudes and behaviors in regards to sex, says a study conducted by the Journal of Adolescent Health.
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House Speaker John Boehner on Immigration Reform: 'Do Your Job, Mr. President'

Although Congressional lawmakers are on vacation, Speaker of the House John Boehner penned an editorial titled, "Do Your Job, Mr. President."
The latest jobs report indicates a slow but steady economic recovery.

Detroit Can Fix its Economy with the Help of Immigrants

Leaders, local and regional, have examined countless strategies in an attempt to devise a plan to restart the economic and population growth. The “Global Detroit” initiative emerged as a resolution.

California Gives Undocumented Immigrant Sergio Garcia the Green Light to Practice Law

The California Supreme Court granted a law license on Thursday to a man living in the United States illegally who graduated from law school and passed the state bar exam. The decision means Sergio Garcia can begin practicing law despite his immigration status.

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Shoot People For Throwing Rocks

U.S. Border Patrol agent Jesus Mesa Jr. shot down a 15-year-old Mexican boy named Sergio Adrian Hernandez-Guereca in 2010, alleging that the boy threw a rock at him. Attorney Robert Hilliard, the lawyer for the victim's family, stated that there was no proof that Hernandez-Guereca threw a rock at the agent, and continues to press on with a lawsuit after U.S. prosecutors chose not to charge Mesa in the wrongful death of the teenager. The teenager's death was witnessed by 25 civilian witnesses and law enforcement officials.
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