PolitFact California Reporter Chris Nichols has a fact-check that involves Congressman Jeff Denham and his stand on immigration. Chris joins Insight with details.
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We take a look at the psychological effects of being an undocumented immigrant with UC Davis doctoral intern M. Esmeralda Zamudio. She has been studying the emotional and psychological toll living in the shadows takes on California college students.
Nearly one million undocumented millennials going through California’s education system right now. This new wave of undocumented dreamers expect more than their predecessors.
Capital Public Radio reporter Katie Orr has been hosting a special Facebook event this morning and answering questions about undocumented students in California’s education system.
NPR correspondent Tom Gjelten has a new book called “A Nation of Nations” that tells how America has changed since the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization Act, and about how it affected five families.
UC Davis law school dean Kevin R. Johnson says the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization Act made an enormous civil rights contribution, but also created hurdles for Mexicans who wanted to migrate into the U.S.
Deisy Caro is 32 years old and on track to graduate in the Spring of 2016 at Sacramento State. But she is undocumented and faces an uncertain future.
For a year, Capital Public Radio is focused on telling stories of immigration and those who are undocumented in California. If you are a young person, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is part of that story.
Reporter Ruben Vives was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team with the Los Angeles Times. He helped uncover a corruption scandal in the city of Bell. What many didn't know was that he was living in the U.S. illegally.
McGeorge Immigration Clinic professors will discuss the legal ways people immigrate to the United States. This conversation is part of Capital Public Radio's year-long initiative examining undocumented immigration.