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Kate Linthicum

Kate Linthicum is a correspondent in Mexico City who covers Latin America. Since joining the newspaper in 2008, she has covered immigration, local and national politics, and has reported from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. She contributed to the L.A. Times coverage of the San Bernardino terrorist attacks that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2016 and has won two Overseas Press Club awards. She grew up in New Mexico and graduated from Barnard College.
Pueblo Sin Fronteras uses caravans to shine light on the plight of migrants — but has that backfired?

Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the group that started the trend of migrant caravans to the border, has drawn attacks from the right and left, with with some former allies saying it is using migrants to advance its political agenda and is spurring harsher immigration enforcement.

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