The New York Times Student Journey: San Francisco & Los Angeles - Perspectives on Immigration

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California is home to over 10 million immigrants — more than any other state in the United States — creating a mix of cultures, politics and tensions. On a road trip across this diverse state, explore different perspectives and voices on immigrati... read more

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California is home to over 10 million immigrants — more than any other state in the United States — creating a mix of cultures, politics and tensions. On a road trip across this diverse state, explore different perspectives and voices on immigration, and work to develop a well-rounded understanding of this important issue.

From San Francisco to San Diego, visit missions, sanctuary cities and the border with Mexico. With your peers, group leaders and New York Times expert, talk with border patrol officers, lawmakers, vigilantes, immigration lawyers, farmers, small-business owners, advocates and immigrants and their families. Delve into the lives and stories of those connected to both legal and undocumented immigration. Develop your own specialty with a project related to immigration, and come away with a deeper view of this important topic of perpetual national debate.

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High School
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  • Summer
  • Short Term
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