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mid-week round-up

What are you up to this week? Fall is here!!! Even in South Florida the weather has cooled a bit, the sunshine has that golden glow, and there’s a frequent lovely breeze blowing. 152 more words

Wednesday Links

Mexicans are the top immigrant group in the US, not just now, but in history

In the history of US immigration, Mexicans have achieved something no other group that preceded them ever has: They are the top foreign-born population in nearly every state in the nation. 240 more words

Foreign-born residents reaching record highs

MASON CITY, Iowa – Pew research confirms our country is getting larger by the day, another thing the research shows is within the next decade, those born outside the country could be setting an all-time population record in the United States. 436 more words


Study: Asians to Surpass Latinos as Largest Immigrant Group in U.S.

Asians are likely to surpass Latinos as the nation’s largest immigrant group shortly after the middle of the century as the wave of new arrivals from Latin America slows but trans-Pacific migration continues apace, according to a new study of census data. 154 more words


Happy Bisexual Pride Day! Are you one of us?

Hi Guys/Gals/Groovy Ghouls,

It’s funny how you can care so much about the world yet not even know what’s up with your own soul.

It wasn’t that long ago at all that I… 939 more words


Libraries at the crossroads

In a new survey from Pew Research Center, the dichotomy of public interest in additional library services and the numbers of Americans visiting libraries edging downward over the past three years, would make anyone’s head spin. 436 more words

School Media Specialist

Pope Francis’ Popularity Hits Fevered Pitch As First U.S. Trip Approaches

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With just days until Pope Francis makes his first ever visit to the United States, his popularity has hit a fevered pitch. 619 more words