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Josie Huang reports on religion, international affairs and diaspora for KPCC. She previously covered housing issues and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
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In Immigration news: Dozens found in stash house, Piolin's extortion claims rejected, Silicon Valley's lack of diversity
Five will face federal charges in Pearland stash house - Houston Chronicle More than 110 people were found imprisoned in a squalid stash house, apparently pending payment to the smugglers who brought them to the US.
In immigration news: Latinos as California's biggest demographic, war heroes recognized, low insurance uptake
24 Latino and Jewish veterans, 6 from Southern California, awarded Medal of Honor - Southern California Public Radio The veterans will be recognized in a ceremony in Washington DC Tuesday.
A legislative plan to ask California voters whether they want affirmative action reinstated at public universities is not going forward this year.
In immigration news: 'Bring Them Home' protest, in-state tuition, trailer for 'Documented,' and more
Obama Orders Immigration Enforcement Review Amid Pressure - Bloomberg Coming under harsh criticism for a record number of deportations under his administration, President Obama has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to review its immigration policy and see if there are ways to make it more humane.
Some immigrants may forego treatment for depression and other mental health issues and instead seek help from a clergy member.
A legislative proposal to reintroduce affirmative action to California's public universities has some elicited a range of reactions from Asian-American students.
In immigration news: Hunger strike at detention center, activists crisscross country, gay immigrant fears deportation
Migrant detainees at Washington state centre continue protesting conditions - The Guardian The hunger strike at a privately-run immigration detention center in Tacoma, Wash. facility keeps going, but with dwindling numbers.
In the last month, a proposal to reinstate affirmative action at California’s public universities has inflamed some Asian-American groups unlike any recent issue.
In Immigration News: Obama TV appearance goes awry, a new, tougher strategy for reform, Latinos as 'Reagan Democrats'
TV appearance shows immigration hurting Obama among Hispanics - Washington Post A televised event the President intended to promote Obamacare among Latinos backfired on him, when the hosts of Telemundo and Univision grilled him on immigration.
California Healthy Nail Salons Collaborative is a nonprofit program working to improve health conditions at manicure shops, the vast majority of which are run by Vietnamese immigrants.
Ukrainian-Americans disagree over the role Russia should have in the southern peninsula of Crimea, or the rest of the country.
The vast majority of Academy members are white, male and over 60. But an effort is underway to include more women and people of color.
Pew finds broad support for immigrants - Politico A new poll released by the Pew Research Center Thursday shows that 73 percent of Americans back a path to legal status (including 64 percent of Republicans.
More than 120 UCLA and USC students attended a town hall meeting Thursday night to discuss racist, sexist fliers sent to each school.
The idea of branding Little Arabia has caught on with city leaders eager to promote another facet of Anaheim beyond Disneyland.