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2011: Fronteras Desk Top Stories

U.S. Border Crossing at Tijuana

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Above: U.S. Border Crossing at Tijuana


Ruxandra Guidi, Fronteras Reporter

Jose Jiminez, Social and Web Editor, Fronteras Reporter


What were the top stories that affected you in 2011?

As we approach the end of 2011, KPBS is taking a look back on those stories that impacted San Diegans. Today we look at trends in immigration with our Fronteras Desk reporter Ruxandra Guidi and social media and web editor Jose Jiménez.

While the nation waits for the political climate to change enough to enact immigration reform, economic changes are rapidly reshaping the life experiences of immigrants already here.


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