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Mike O'Sullivan
September 29, 2012 12:41 AM
American cities attract immigrants from around the world, and they bring changes to their new neighborhoods. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports that newcomers from Asia and Latin America have brought an international flavor to the San Gabriel Valley, east of Los Angeles, where they now make up most of the population, and some residents have been prompted to become politically active.

California Immigrants Become Politically Active

Mike O'Sullivan

Published September 28, 2012

American cities attract immigrants from around the world, and they bring changes to their new neighborhoods. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports that newcomers from Asia and Latin America have brought an international flavor to the San Gabriel Valley, east of Los Angeles, where they now make up most of the population, and some residents have been prompted to become politically active.


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