Immigration: Is Europe a Warning of What Could Happen in the U.S.?

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In many interviews after the #CharlieHebdo attacks, European academics and journalists pointed to the lack of integration as a key motivator by so-called radicalized Europeans of Muslim faith. Unlike America, experts argued that these immigrants and their citizen children have been socially and politically excluded from society. As someone who has spent more than a decade reporting […]

#ThxBirthControl. There I Said It.

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I remember asking my mom about birth control when I was seventeen. We were in the kitchen and I was helping to set the table–edging out Lil’ Sis so that I wouldn’t have to clean up after our meal. I was brave and daring. After all, she was chopping our salad ingredients with a ginsu […]

My Latino Midterm Election: Georgia

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If you travel along main street Buford Highway which cuts through a main portion of the metro-Atlanta area, blocks of strip malls bustle with Latino businesses. That’s certainly the case in Doraville where for more than fifteen years, my family and I have been regular patrons at Colombian restaurants, Mexican bakeries and bodegas. The beginnings […]

My Latino Midterm Election: Arkansas

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When most people think of Arkansas, they don’t automatically blurt out the word “Latino,” the way some may when thinking of historic Hispanic states such as California, Texas, and Florida. But let’s examine the Razorback State where incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Pryor is facing a formidable challenge from Republican U.S. Congressman Tom Cotton. It […]