identity politics

A few men pray in an open room

What’s it like to be a Muslim voter in polite, largely Christian Wisconsin?

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The politicians and staff are gone now that the state’s primary is over, but some residents are left to deal with animosity stirred this political season.

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This election has given greater resonance to an eternal truth: There is no one ‘Latino vote’

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Air Force One carrying US President Barack Obama and his family flies over a neighborhood of Havana as it approaches the runway to land at Havana's international airport, March 20, 2016.

Forget your stereotypes. Here’s a young Cuban American who opposes rapprochement, and an older one who supports it.

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Donald Trump fuels citizenship drive among immigrants

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Ted Cruz gestures at Donald Trump from behind debate podiums

Trump reminds her of what her parents fled in Poland — so she’s supporting Ted Cruz

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Democratic presidential candidates Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton wave before the start of the Univision News and Washington Post Democratic debate in Kendall, Florida on March 9, 2016

Democratic candidates: Quit your ‘Hispandering,’ says Univision anchor Maria Elena Salinas

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During Wednesday’s Democratic debate, the anchor and moderator called out Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on previous stances on immigration, and how they’ve changed.

David Wright talks to the media in Richardso, Texas in  December of 2015.

To this shotgun-carrying mosque protester, Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric has gone too far

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Even for a man who protests outside mosques with a shotgun, Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric has gone too far.


‘Hitler without the mustache.’ Why — and how — a white nationalist group is backing Trump.

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Experts who study America’s extremist white supremacist groups say there’s clear evidence that many of them are supporting Donald Trump’s candidacy for the presidency, drawn to him by his rhetoric on illegal immigration and Muslims.

Pola Hansberger

Trump won big on Super Tuesday. This Nicaraguan immigrant wants to make sure he keeps on winning.

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Pola Hansberger migrated to the US in 1964 — “legally,” she says. She wants to make that clear, and she also wants to make Donald Trump the next president, because “he already has made America great.”

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was born in Miami in 1971 to Cuban parents.

An El Salvador-born Rubio supporter says his candidate can fix broken immigration system

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This Salvadoran American supports Marco Rubio on immigration. “We can’t break laws just because,” he argues.