Leslie Berestein Rojas Immigration and Emerging Communities Reporter
Leslie Berestein Rojas is KPCC's Immigration and Emerging Communities Reporter.
An award-winning journalist with several years’ experience reporting on immigration issues, Berestein Rojas most recently covered immigration on the U.S.-Mexico border for the San Diego Union-Tribune. She has retraced the steps of migrants along desert smuggling trails, investigated immigrant detention contractors, and told the stories of families left behind in Mexico’s migrant-sending towns.
A native of Cuba raised in Los Angeles, Leslie has also written for Time, People, the Orange County Register and the Los Angeles Times. She has reported from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
Stories by Leslie Berestein Rojas
A thought-provoking piece in the Los Angeles Times by columnist Sandy Banks caught my attention earlier today.
Several news outlets have stories today on a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco which concludes that foreign-born workers do not displace native-born ones.
In the news this morning: Smuggling danger, immigrants and jobs, a new Arizona lawsuit, halted deportations and more
Mexico to announce plan to protect migrants - CNN.com (edition.cnn.com)
For the past several weeks, I've been following a series of posts on the social-justice blog Citizen Orange that features the personal stories of undocumented college students.
Photo by Christer Barregren/Flickr (Creative Commons)
In the news this morning: Pakistan flood relief, Salazar records, possible mosque arson, National Guard and more
Ruben Salazar had clashed repeatedly with LAPD in months before slaying - Los Angeles Times (articles.latimes.com)
Photo by Wally Gobetz/Flickr (Creative Commons)
Five myths about mosques in America (The Washington Post)
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