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Aired 1 year ago 15:22
Kris Kobach Profits, Small Towns Lose
Kris Kobach, the Secretary of State of Kansas, is known for his controversial views on immigration. Now, he's running for Kansas governor on the Republican ticket. An investigation co-published by ProPublica and the Kansas City Star found that Kobach profited handsomely from his work on anti-immigrant ordinances in four small towns across the country. Latino USA sits down with ProPublica journalist Jessica Huseman to talk about her investigation and Kobach's history of anti-immigrant sentiment.
Aired 10 months ago 24:13
ITT Sound Off: One White Nation, Indivisible
It's been a busy week in immigration news, from Kirstjen Nielsenâ€™s resignation to Trump contradicting his administration's officials when it comes to his zero tolerance policy. Maria and Julio make sense of the latest in border politics. They also discuss how the coverage of Attorney General William Barr's testimony reflects white male privilege in the media, and the complexities of Julian Assange's sudden arrest in London. ITT Staff Picks: Julio Ricardo Varela writes for NBC Think on why Kirstjen Nielsenâ€™s resignation proves Stephen Miller holds a lot of power over U.S. immigration policy. In light of his arrest, here are five facts to know about Julian Assange, via The Root. He comes off as dull, but here's why William Barr is actually the most dangerous man in America, from The Daily Beast.
Aired 1 year ago 40:28
209: A Major Legal Development in the Fight to Save TPS
On the eve of a national mobilization in Washington, D.C.,Â Honduran and Nepali Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders, as well as representatives from unions, national immigrant rights organizations, and legal groups, held a press conference announcing a major legal development in the fight to save TPS.