Politics

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Do "Desert Dancer" producers equate "positive" with depicting Iranians as Westerners?

Juan Valadez, a young graphic designer who lives in Guadalajara, Mexico, says the idea of moving to the U.S. isn't of interest to him or most of his friends. (Photo by Alysa Hullett)

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For entrepreneurial young Mexicans, dreams of prosperity no longer lie across the border.

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Somali Americans came together with politicians to look for a way to keep remittance money flowing to Somalia in spite of banks' restrictions.

Throughout the civil war, thousands of children were forcibly separated from their families; approximately 2,354 children were adopted into the U.S., with adopted parents told that they were orphans. (Photo by Linda Hess Miller via Wikimedia Commons)

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Decades after the end of a brutal civil war, survivors continue to demand justice and search for Salvadoran disappeared children forcibly taken by the army.

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With a big contract in the works, Tacoma detention center for immigrants sits half empty.