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Hispanic Congregation Revives Historic Baptist Church in South Carolina

A white Baptist church reaches out to its new neighbors in Spartanburg's "Little Mexico."  

These Tea Partiers Aren't Anti-Immigration. They Just Want to Close the Border.

Tea Party Members in Spartanburg and Greenville mobilize as their communities welcome growing numbers of immigrants.

Working the Drive-Thru Window for 12 Years Without Papers

An undocumented woman from Honduras counts the days until her deportation from South Carolina.

Do You Like Peaches? Then This South Carolina Farmer Suggests You Like Immigration Reform, Too.

The 500 Mexican workers who make Titan Farms possible must return over the border at the end of every growing season.

South Carolina Republican Says Hispanic Immigrants Are Lost Cause for GOP

"I think folks are really susceptible to the call for government to provide anything from your housing to your food to your education."

The Surprising South Carolina Evangelicals Who Support Immigration

In conservative Spartanburg County, pastors who worship alongside newly arrived immigrants soften their views on a thorny issue.

Population 2043

An editor's note from Ronald Brownstein on Next America's newest project

Hispanic Congregation Revives Historic Baptist Church in South Carolina

A white Baptist church reaches out to its new neighbors in Spartanburg's "Little Mexico."  

These Tea Partiers Aren't Anti-Immigration. They Just Want to Close the Border.

Tea Party Members in Spartanburg and Greenville mobilize as their communities welcome growing numbers of immigrants.

Working the Drive-Thru Window for 12 Years Without Papers

An undocumented woman from Honduras counts the days until her deportation from South Carolina.

Do You Like Peaches? Then This South Carolina Farmer Suggests You Like Immigration Reform, Too.

The 500 Mexican workers who make Titan Farms possible must return over the border at the end of every growing season.

South Carolina Republican Says Hispanic Immigrants Are Lost Cause for GOP

"I think folks are really susceptible to the call for government to provide anything from your housing to your food to your education."

The Surprising South Carolina Evangelicals Who Support Immigration

In conservative Spartanburg County, pastors who worship alongside newly arrived immigrants soften their views on a thorny issue.

Population 2043

An editor's note from Ronald Brownstein on Next America's newest project

 
About The Next America

The Next America explores the political, economic and social impacts of profound racial and cultural change facing our nation. The initiative includes polls, national and local events with thought leaders, magazine supplements and this site. In 2010, Ronald Brownstein wrote a National Journal cover story, explained the impact of a shift to an older, more ethnically diverse America. “The Gray and the Brown: A Generational Mismatch” is the foundation of The Next America.