Immigration raids ten years ago didn’t change this meatpacking town’s job market

Immigration raids ten years ago didn’t change this meatpacking town’s job market

Ten years after INS raids upended Latinos' lives in small meatpacking towns across the Midwest, the jobs didn't go to native Nebraskans. Most went to the next immigrants – many from Somalia. By Nigel Duara.

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