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Atlanta’s Kap G — born George Ramirez — has a question for the president: [Mas…]

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The Border Patrol is looking for more agents, so Univision went to boot camp to film their military-style training and talk to the newbies. Half of the recruits, it turns out, are Latinos.

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Silent Night on the Border

by Lalo Alcaraz December 24, 2018 Cartoons
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La Cucaracha: The Shepherd’s Tale 2018 (toon)

by Lalo Alcaraz December 24, 2018 Cartoons
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[Especial guest artist Junco Canché.]

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La Cucaracha: The Trump Family Circus is all about the children (toon)

by Lalo Alcaraz August 22, 2018 Cartoons
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Samantha Bee: Undocumented immigrants make your food (video)

by Barney Asada August 20, 2018 Cultura
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Samantha Bee stops by the City of Brotherly Love’s South Philly Barbacoa and learns about the vital roles immigrants (undocumented and documented) play in making the food we eat.

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The U.S. was once known as ‘a nation of immigrants’ — now, not so much (video)

by Comic Saenz August 7, 2018 Cultura
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A Mexican cleaning lady in New York Ctiy learns that the “nation of immigrants” is not so friendly these days. Based on a true story, Let My People Stay is by Olivia G. Jimenez.

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POCHO HISTORY 101: Keep poor Irishmen, Italian gangsters, and English convicts OUT OF THE U.S.A! (toon)

by Comic Saenz July 19, 2018 Cartoons
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Fear of immigrants has a long history in the United States. In this cartoon, published in 1891, illustrator Grant Hamilton draws a judge scolding Uncle Sam: If Immigration was properly Restricted you would no longer be troubled with Anarchy, Socialism, the Mafia and such kindred evils! From New York Harbor behind them comes a horde […]

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