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Alexia Fernández Campbell writes about immigration and demographics for National Journal's Next America project. She previously covered South Florida's immigrant and Latino communities for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Spanish-language newspaper of The Palm Beach Post. Her work has appeared in the The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. Alexia has a master's degree in journalism and public affairs from American University and a bachelor's degree in communications from The University of Tennessee. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.

Latest From Alexia Fernández Campbell

Should the Government Help Eight Million Immigrants Become U.S. citizens?

More than 8 million green-card holders qualify for American citizenship. Members of Congress want to help them become citizens—and voters.

Why the 'Illegal' Population Stopped Growing

For the first time in decades, the number of undocumented immigrants in the United States has leveled off.

Unsung Civil Rights Heroes Take to the Silver Screen

A film festival that focuses on the untold victories of the Civil Rights era aims to revive history.

Misty Copeland Aside, Why Are the Arts Still So White?

Latinos and blacks make up nearly one-third of the U.S. workforce, but they are drastically underrepresented in the arts.

Did the Government Just Put Your Career College on Alert?

Vocational programs must prove their training is affordable and that it leads to well paying jobs.

Do Students of Color Need Leaders Who Look Like Them?

More than half of American public school students are children of color. Some argue that those running the schools should reflect the student body.

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