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Alexia Campbell

Staff Correspondent

acampbell@nationaljournal.com

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 Campbell

This Midwestern Mayor Wants Your City's Immigrants

The mayor of St. Louis has a bold plan to revitalize the region's economy and neighborhoods with new immigrants.

St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

After a Switch in Police Force, Is the Mood in Ferguson Changing?

A community can finally come together as police presence weakens in the St. Louis suburb.

How Police Are Keeping Journalists From Doing Their Jobs in Ferguson

Two National Journal reporters were threatened with arrest and repeatedly blocked from witnessing demonstrations in Ferguson late Wednesday night.

Away From the Bullhorns, Protesters Wait for Answers Outside Ferguson's Police Station

A group has been protesting outside the Missouri suburb's police department since Michael Brown's death at the hands of an officer. "It's about tyranny."

This Twentysomething Wants to Help At-Risk Teens. So She Opened a Boxing Gym.

E-Lisa Moreno knows she's the unlikeliest of small business owners in the Kansas City suburbs. That's what keeps her going, despite some setbacks.

Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

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This Midwestern Mayor Wants Your City's Immigrants

The mayor of St. Louis has a bold plan to revitalize the region's economy and neighborhoods with new immigrants.

St. Louis Is Growing More Diverse–Just Not in the Black Half of Town

Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods. 

After a Switch in Police Force, Is the Mood in Ferguson Changing?

A community can finally come together as police presence weakens in the St. Louis suburb.

How Police Are Keeping Journalists From Doing Their Jobs in Ferguson

Two National Journal reporters were threatened with arrest and repeatedly blocked from witnessing demonstrations in Ferguson late Wednesday night.

Away From the Bullhorns, Protesters Wait for Answers Outside Ferguson's Police Station

A group has been protesting outside the Missouri suburb's police department since Michael Brown's death at the hands of an officer. "It's about tyranny."

This Twentysomething Wants to Help At-Risk Teens. So She Opened a Boxing Gym.

E-Lisa Moreno knows she's the unlikeliest of small business owners in the Kansas City suburbs. That's what keeps her going, despite some setbacks.

Undocumented Worker in South Carolina Refuses to Live in Fear

A Mexican immigrant living in Spartanburg without papers asks the American public for forgiveness.

Show More from Alexia Campbell