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From La Burbuja: Wanting to return home

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Giovani Diaz

Giovanni Diaz’s parents left Michoacan, Mexico about 20 years ago. They’ve never gone back, neither has Giovanni. But his father can’t wait to return.

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From La Burbuja: Wanting to return home

Posted April 14, 2014 by | 0 Comments | 44 views]
Giovani Diaz

Giovanni Diaz’s parents left Michoacan, Mexico about 20 years ago. They’ve never gone back, neither has Giovanni. But his father can’t wait to return.

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From La Burbuja: ‘You smell like wet earth’

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Guadalajara is the second-most populated city in Mexico. And a large portion of Los Angeles’ immigration population comes from that region. Aura Arroyo Casanova left Guadalajara to live with her American husband in L.A.

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Tracing Points: 5 stories you missed this week

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Twenty years of migration in a snapshot. (Graphic: Circos/Krzywinski, via Quartz)

Each Friday, we put you on the map with immigration and transnational culture stories you might have missed throughout the week. This week; looking into the “Deporter in Chief” nickname, Afro-Mexicans in Costa Chica, tacos and more.

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From La Burbuja: Riding on ‘la Bestia’

Posted March 31, 2014 by | 0 Comments | 95 views]
Mauricio

In order to get here, Mauricio took one of the deadliest routes migrants ride on — la Bestia (the beast in English).

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Tracing Points: 5 stories you missed this week

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The Sonara Desert in Arizona. (Flickr Photo: James Gordon)

Each Friday, we put you on the map with immigration and transnational culture stories you might have missed throughout the week. This week; Deferred Action takes an immigrant youth to her native country, the hurdles passing through the Arizona desert and how will immigrant hurt (or help) the GOP.

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From La Burbuja: Learning the language to fit in

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Evelyn Herdez was born in Los Angeles but her father wanted her to learn Spanish. When he bought at house in El Salvador, he thought it would be the perfect opportunity for her to learn the language in his native country.

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Tracing Points: 5 stories you missed this week

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Elvira Arellano was released from detainment on Thursday. (Photo: National Immigrant Youth Alliance.)

Each Friday, we put you on the map with immigration and transnational culture stories you might have missed throughout the week. This week; President Obama and deportations, la “Caminata Nocturna” and the international border protest continues.

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From La Burbuja: Being ‘enriched’ with different cultures

Posted March 17, 2014 by | 0 Comments | 108 views]
Photo by Denise Malone.

Alex Bendaña, bassist for La Santa Cecilia, talks about how the multi-culture in Los Angeles shaped his music and his identity.

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With Previous Lives In The U.S., Deportees Attempt Legal Re-entry

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Andreina and one of her two sons in San Diego await to be reunited with Miguel Angel — father and husband — who is crossing with the Bring Them Home campaign. (Photo: NIYA via Frisly Soberanis Jr.)

On Monday morning, the first of three border crossings began in an effort to bring deportees and undocumented immigrants back into the U.S. This is the third action of its kind coordinated by the National Immigrant Youth Alliance.

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From La Burbuja: ‘They brought me here’

Posted March 10, 2014 by | 0 Comments | 84 views]
Photo by Denise Malone.

Maricelina Lorenzo, 34, says she was forced to move to Los Angeles. “They brought me here, it wasn’t because I wanted to,” she says.

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