Immigration & Emerging Communities
The recent wave of student protests began at the University of Missouri. But students at Occidental and Claremont McKenna say they were organized long before that.Add your comments
The Pew Research Center's findings mark a reversal of one of the most significant immigration trends in the nation's history.
When Yvonne Orji told her parents she was going to be a comedian, they cried. Since then, her story has inspired "first gens" all over the world.
The plan would give temporary legal status to millions. Los Angeles immigrants and their advocates are now pinning their hopes on the United States Supreme Court.
"Protect Yourself: Citizenship Now!" is a committee of five organizations that provide citizenship-related services, including in Spanish and Asian Pacific Islander languages.
County board votes to create a task force that would study how to make local arts institutions better reflect the region's ethnic mix
After a century in the shadows, immigrants are stepping into the primetime spotlight. Code Switch takes a look at the past and present of immigrants on TV.
Lynda Trang Dai, known as the "Vietnamese Madonna," performs around the world. Back home in California, she's the only one to whip up her sandwiches' secret sauce.
The ACLU and other legal groups say vendors' rights are being violated when private security guards and local police seize their property.
The city has resisted legalization for more than 20 years. Now, L.A.'s Economic Development Committee is examining ways a legal program might work.
Prepping for Halloween? It's probably a good bet that some of you will have costumes that include colorfully painted skulls, or dancing skeletons.
This Dia de los Muertos, or "Day of the Dead," Mujeres de la Tierra will host an altar dedicated to immigrants who have died seeking a better life.
Southern California refugee groups gear up for receiving Syrian refugees and immigrants in the next year as the U.S. commits to accepting more.
A new report outlines ways the city could legalize street vendors. It includes a plan to legalize the industry citywide or to create special districts for vendors.
He lived nearly a century, overthrew two governors, and gambled $25,000 on a single race. Maybe it isn't surprising that he needed two graves.
Neighbors on a street that flooded Monday say they need a better response from the city. Councilman Jose Huizar responded with a motion to step up street sweeps.