By Jorge Ramos
Immigrants in the US are on the middle of what makes this kingdom the main filthy rich and visionary on this planet. Writing from his personal heartfelt standpoint as an immigrant, Jorge Ramos, one of many world’s most well liked and well-respected Spanish-language tv information broadcasters, listens to and explores tales of dozens of immigrants who determined to alter their lives and chance every little thing -- households, jobs, heritage, and their very own tradition -- as a way to pursue a greater, freer, and opportunity-filled destiny within the United States.In his famously transparent voice, Jorge Ramos brings to existence the stories of people from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, between different nations, and explains why they first immigrated, what their desires are, how they take care of American racism, and what they think their destiny in the USA will carry for them and their children.
From the Vieques controversy to the "Spanglish" phenomenon to the explosion of Latino creativity within the arts, Ramos indicates that there's a new face in the United States -- one whose shades and nations of beginning are as different because the kingdom it has followed as home.
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Extra info for The Other Face of America: Chronicles of the Immigrants Shaping Our Future
A day without a Mexican in California would mean losses in the millions in the orange, avocado, lettuce, and grape industries. Supermarkets would be without fruits and vegetables, and wine shops without those famous California whites and reds. ) A day without a Mexican in California would mean a complete halt in the construction and garment industries, among many others. ) A day without a Mexican in California would show that hotels, restaurants, stores, markets, gas stations, and offices depend on those workers who cross the southern border of the United States.
But regardless of the danger and the abuse, every afternoon on the border that separates Tijuana from San Ysidro, hundreds of people gather, ready to change their fate with a leap, or two, or three. ” I asked a Mexican boy who was about to try and flee to the North. “They just send us back,” he said. S. government to control the flow of undocumented Mexicans to the north. They have all failed. What has remained constant, however, is the experimenting with different methods to fill in some of the holes on the border.
It is a question of supply and demand, not laws and borders. Initially, the migration flow only reached certain places, like Seattle, San Antonio, and Chicago. But it has now spread like oil across the entire United States, and today there are undocumented immigrants in places like Omaha and Anchorage, as well as in Little Rock and Aspen. Aspen has benefited enormously from these immigrants, despite the rednecks who still look at them with contempt and the pseudo-aristocracy who openly criticize them but use and abuse them without a second thought.