Shifting Immigration Patterns Change Latin American Landscape

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American towns and cities are used to seeing the new faces of people from Latin America. Now that the US is not the magnet it once was, immigration is moving in a very different direction. In today's New York Times, Damien Cave describes a town full of new arrivals, a once tranquil place now more complicated by immigrants who want to improve their lot. The town is Santa María Atzompa in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.




Warren Olney