For most of US history no one much cared that Latinos were entering the country and driving the economy of the south-west. In the 1920s the US introduced restrictive immigration laws but it didn’t have Latinos in mind: the perceived dangers were ‘inassimilable’ Italians and Eastern European Jews… By Tom Stevenson.
Hundreds of bodies are found along the U.S.-Mexico border. Relatives are grateful for forensic anthropologist Lori Baker's work to identify them, for bones to bury and graves to visit. By Molly Hennessy-Fiske.