Dallas Morning News staff writer Dianne Solis appeared on NPR’s Tell Me More to discuss immigration. Solis, who has covered immigration for many years, spoke about protesting the movement of migrants and immigration activism. On PBS News Hour, Aaron Glantz of the Center for Investigative Reporting explored how funds from the …
In her piece “Nationality, identity and the pledge of allegiance,” Moni Basu wrote about her 2008 U.S. naturalization ceremony. Born in India, Basu spent three decades as a permanent U.S. resident. “I know now that swearing allegiance to the red, white and blue gave me new nationality,” Basu wrote. “But nothing can …
Kim Komenich’s documentary, “Cowboys: The Story of the 1943 National Basketball Champions,” tells the story of his father’s famed 1943 NCAA championship team.
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