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Over the past four decades, millions of Mexicans have moved to the United States, creating the greatest wave of immigration from one country to another the world has ever known.
But that wave has come to a standstill and may even have reversed: The number of Mexicans coming to the U.S. has slowed dramatically in recent years, and the number of Mexicans returning home has increased, according to a new report by the Pew Hispanic Center
The unemployment rate for African Americans is set to soar to a 25-year high of 17.2 percent by the third quarter of this year, according to a new study by the Economic Policy Institute. The rate for Latinos is also expected to hit a record high of 13.9 percent this year.
Originally posted by grey580
How do you even respond to the headline?
Maybe if you gave more kids a chance to get college educations you'd have more people earning more.
Therefore getting better jobs. Therefore paying more in taxes.
Gutting our education system is a sure way of making the poor earn even less.
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