1. sunfoundation:

    100 Years Of Immigrants In America, In Two Graphs

    Immigrants make up roughly the same share of the U.S. population today as they did a century ago.

    But changes in the global economy, and in U.S. immigration law, have dramatically shifted where U.S. immigrants are coming from.

    Track all immigration related issues coming through our government using Scout.

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  1. Immigrants Working In America, In Two Graphics 

    Immigrants Working In America, In Two Graphics 

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  1. scotthensley:

For real? 
socialcaterpillar:

owner or operator: national aeronautics and space administration
marks of nationality and registration: u.s.a.
flight no.: apollo 11
date: july 24, 1969
departure from: moon
arrival at: honolulu, hawaii, u.s.a.
…
any other condition on board which may lead to the spread of disease: to be determined


I’ll second that. Is this really for real? Regardless, it made me smile. —Wright View in High-Res

    scotthensley:

    For real? 

    socialcaterpillar:

    owner or operator: national aeronautics and space administration

    marks of nationality and registration: u.s.a.

    flight no.: apollo 11

    date: july 24, 1969

    departure from: moon

    arrival at: honolulu, hawaii, u.s.a.

    any other condition on board which may lead to the spread of disease: to be determined

    I’ll second that. Is this really for real? Regardless, it made me smile. —Wright

    (Source: ericlachance)

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  1. ourpresidents:

    The Immigration Act- In view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Immigration Act on October 3, 1965.  This act repeals the restrictive national origins quota system which originated in 1921.

    Shown here, LBJ signs The Immigration Act surrounded by Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Lady Bird Johnson, Muriel Humphrey, Senators Edward Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy.

    LBJ signs the Immigration Act

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