How does one learn the best ways to break into America’s hazardous chemical facilities? From the chemical companies themselves, naturally.
Picture this: A man ducks under a broken fence at a water treatment facility in a small American town. He slips through an unlocked door and stands before a 20-ton tank of chlorine gas.
Cuban migrants who set foot on American soil get to stay as refugees. But those caught at sea are sent back. So, many migrants are no longer taking a boat to Florida. Lygia Navarro reports on what they’re doing now.
Cox reporter and author Elliot Jaspin and documentary film producer Marco Williams converged at San Francisco State University in May to talk to students and visitors and answer questions about their respective projects. Jaspin read an excerpt from his new book Buried in the Bitter Waters and Williams screened his award-winning documentary Banished.