A flood. A wave. A surge. What’s happening at the U.S.-Mexico border is none of those things, but you wouldn’t know it from watching or reading some of the coverage in U.S. media. In recent weeks, the phrases “surge of migrants,” “migrant surge,” “the surge,” “surge at border” and other variations have all appeared in…
ITT Sound Off: FTW
Maria and Julio break down the electorate in the final ITT show before election day. They also hear from Astrid Silva, former ITT guest and immigration activist in Nevada, on voting in her state.
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ITT Staff Picks
- “Are Asian Americans the Last Undecided Voters?” asks Hua Hsu via The New Yorker.
- The Supreme Court allows election officials in Pennsylvania and North Carolina to accept absentee ballots for several days following Election Day, via Adam Liptak for The New York Times.
- In a piece for Mother Jones, Fernanda Echavarri examines how select Latinx Evangelical faith leaders talk politics.
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