The Story Behind the 11 million Unauthorized Immigrants in the U.S.

NPR’s All Things Considered recently took at look at the history of how the U.S. came to have so many undocumented immigrants.

This is a history of the changes of labor immigration to the United States and governmental attempts to regulate it. Any changes in the immigration laws have to take into an account U.S. economics. The U.S.,. as a rule, has benefitted from the labor imigration. But – do the immigrants always benefit?

Listen to the story below:

Miami University student writes about growth of human trafficking in Ohio, nationwide

A Miami University student recently interviewed Stepanka Korytova, founder of the Centers for the Study of Human Trafficking – South-Central Pennsylvania, about the abuse she experienced emigrating to the U.S. as part of a story sharing about the the growth of human trafficking in the U.S.

 

Read Blair Donovan’s well-researched piece about the problems surrounding trafficking in Ohio in particular here: “Alone And Enslaved: The Human Trafficking Epidemic In The United States.”