February 22, 2023

President Biden centered his 2020 campaign around villifying the protectionist, white nationalist policies and perspectives of his predecessor’s administration. Yet, many argue what the Biden admin plans to do with US asylum policy harkens back to a darker time and administration; The Labor Board just ruled in favor of workers; A new study finds there’s an interesting shift happening among young people; Cubans have been taking to rafts and old boats to set foot on US shores ever since Castro brought Communism to the island. So, why is the latest migration so different? Go beyond the headlines…

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