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How Latinos changed the American landscape

Data: Jie Zong, 2022, “A Mosaic, Not a Monolith: A Profile of the US Latino Population, 2000-2020”; Chart: Madison Dong/Axios Visuals Examining Latinos’ lives over a 20-year period has shown increased diversity and significant educational and economic gains, although some disparities persist, according to a new report from the University of California, Los Angeles’ Institute …

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The Federal Court of Appeals rules the 2012 DACA memo illegal and sends the case back for consideration of the Biden administration’s transcript

CNN – A federal appeals court largely upheld a district court ruling that Obama’s Deferred Childhood Action Program was illegal, but returned the case to a lower court to rule on the legality of a new rule strengthening the program. Created in 2012, DACA was intended to provide temporary reprieve to undocumented immigrants who were …

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Eight European countries participate in the diversity campaign during the World Cup in Qatar

CNN – Ten European football teams – the Netherlands, England, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Wales – will participate in the season-long “OneLove” campaign to promote inclusion and anti-discrimination. Every country except Sweden and Norway qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and each of the eight leaders will wear the …

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Jamaican minister rejects allegations of worker mistreatment of Canadian farms | immigration news

Montreal Canada – Jamaica’s labor minister has dismissed complaints from Jamaican farm workers who say they face conditions akin to “systematic slavery” in Canada, saying he saw “no evidence of abuse” during a recent visit to farms in Ontario. In a statement sent to Al Jazeera on Friday, Karl Samuda said he toured nine farms …

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Farm workers in Jamaica criticize ‘seismic exploitation’ in Canada | Agriculture News

Montreal Canada – Farm workers in Jamaica say they face conditions akin to “systematic slavery” on Canadian farms, as they demand that Jamaica address systemic problems in Canada’s decades-old immigrant labor program. In a letter sent to Jamaica’s Minister of Labor and Social Security earlier this month, workers affiliated with Migrant Workers Rights for Change …

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