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I’ve met so many fascinating people over the past month traveling to Texas, Iowa and New Hampshire to report on various immigration issues and how they intersect with the Republican presidential contest. In Brownsville, Texas, I met with Eloisa Tamez, … Continue reading
I got to dust off my Spanish this week when I interviewed two illegal immigrants who live in Milford, Massachusetts–a small town that’s been upended by a drunk driving tragedy. After an Ecuadoran man was charged with driving drunk and … Continue reading
A weirdly large portion of my job is explaining the internet to people who read my posts and email me with their problems in all-caps. I know a lot of my coworkers ignore these emails, but I NEVER do. I … Continue reading
Because I just have so many thoughts and feelings to share that a full-time reporting/blogging job isn’t enough.