Immigrants & Refugees
- Nov. 4
- Midday Edition
The situation in Syria and Europe is considered the biggest refugee crisis since World War II. A public forum asks whether the world should be more prepared for the population upheavals that come with war.
- Oct. 1
California has long provided interpreters to defendants in criminal court, but not always for those in civil court.
- Sept. 24
More than three decades ago, Vietnamese began fleeing in tiny boats after their country fell to communist rule. Seeing their community's story in the plight of those boarding boats for Europe, some Vietnamese Americans in California are reaching out.
- Sept. 22
Girl Scouts have gotten a lot more diverse since the first troop formed in 1912 Georgia — especially in San Diego.
- Sept. 15
Guest blogger Rebecca Romani says that while "Learning to Drive" (opened this weekend in cinemas around San Diego) is largely predictable, it's the little moments that make a gorgeous late summer film.
Hispanic Heritage Month 2015 Honoree
- Sept. 15
Free legal consultations for deported immigrants on the border. This is just one of the dozens of ideas engineered by human rights activist, Enrique Morones.
- Aug. 26
More than 4 million Syrians are fleeing a violent civil war. The U.S. State Department has agreed to bring some of them into the country.
- Aug. 20
A college-preparation program for low-income, mostly immigrant families has been trying to meet rising demand for its services. The Barrio Logan College Institute starts preparing children for college in third grade.
- July 31
It's only 48 years old, but Lindbergh Field's Terminal One is approaching the end of its life. Being detained by ICE means entering an alternate legal universe. And should downtown public toilets stay? Or should they go?
- July 23
A plan to beef up housing code enforcement and better reach renters is now underway in the city of San Diego.
- June 19
The majority of refugees coming to the San Diego region now settle in El Cajon.
- May 20
Crawford High School in City Heights has been piloting a new lunch menu to reach out to its Muslim students. Once a week, students can pick up a special halal meal.
- April 28
Who are the 650,000 people becoming U.S. citizens every year?
- April 24
Some 50,000 Vietnamese refugees passed through Camp Pendleton in the months following the fall of Saigon. The size and duration of the crisis caused a shift in the way the United States approached resettlement, and paved the path for Burmese, East African and Iraqi refugees arriving in San Diego today.
- March 31
The city says Wednesday's change will create opportunity in the taxi industry. But taxicab owners predict financial ruin.
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