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Enviada por Murillo. Recomendar Twitter. Playlists relacionadas. Karol G Caramelo remix part. Justin Bieber Ariana Grande Tattoo remix part. In , immediately after graduation from San Francisco State, he was hired by the Style section of The Washington Post to cover the video game boom.
When Vargas made a pitch for an assignment as a politics reporter for the Post , he told his editor, "You need someone to cover the presidential campaign who has a Facebook account and who looks at YouTube every day. He also wrote an online column entitled "The Clickocracy" on the Post' s website. Vargas authored or contributed to three Washington Post articles about the Virginia Tech shootings that were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting.
Albarghouti returned to his apartment to find new Facebook messages, Vargas recounted, and another student, Trey Perkins, faced a similar inundation. Vargas joined Huffington Post as technology and innovations editor, where he then created a "Technology as Anthropology" blog and launched the Technology vertical in September and the College vertical in February In February , Vargas launched a venture called EmergingUS that will use video and commentary to explore race and the "evolving American identity.
In July , Vargas directed and starred in a new documentary, White People , about the concept of white privilege. Jose Antonio Vargas . He detailed how he came to discover this as a teenager and kept it hidden for almost 15 years, during which time he worked, paid taxes, and worried that his status would be exposed. Vargas founded Define American in , a nonprofit project aimed at facilitating dialogue about immigration issues including the DREAM Act , which would provide undocumented immigrants with a path to citizenship through education or service in the military.
Vargas welcomed the AP decision, saying that he hoped other news organizations would follow their example. In , Vargas worked with filmmaker Chris Weitz on a group of four short documentaries entitled Is this Alabama?
In June , Vargas wrote a cover story for Time magazine about the uncertainty of his life "in limbo" during the year following his revelation that he was an undocumented immigrant.
In the years since revealing his status in , Vargas has become the public face of undocumented immigrants. He presented emotional testimony at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in February Vargas wrote, directed, and produced the autobiographical film, Documented: A film by an undocumented American , released in and presented by CNN Films in The film chronicles his rise as an outspoken advocate for the undocumented, while portraying the personal pain his circumstances have caused him and his family, especially the separation from his mother whom he has not seen in more than 20 years.
Vargas has worked closely with the tech lobbying group FWD. He referred to the growing collaboration between Silicon Valley leaders and immigrant activists as a "marriage of unlikely allies" that bodes well for the passage of reform.
Zuckerberg recounted his experience tutoring undocumented students as his inspiration for starting FWD. The hour hackathon brought together undocumented immigrants and Silicon Valley tech veterans to create immigration reform advocacy projects.
On July 15, , Vargas was arrested by immigration authorities while trying to leave the border town of McAllen, Texas. He had a camera crew from Define American with him to interview and film undocumented immigrant minor children from Central America. Vargas later wrote that he did not realize until he was there that he would have to cross through a U. He went through airport security with his Philippine passport and a pocket-size copy of the United States Constitution. Initially, he was cleared by the Transportation Security Administration , but a border agent took his passport, reviewed his documents, asked him some questions, placed him in handcuffs, and escorted him to the McAllen Border Patrol station for further questioning.
He was released later that day. In June , Vargas received criticism for circulating an image of a little boy crying behind a fence on Twitter, using the caption "This is what happens when a government believes people are 'illegal. It was later discovered that the image was sourced from a private Facebook account and was taken out of context, as the photo was actually from a staged protest against US President Trump's immigration policy in Dallas , Texas , on June 10, Vargas received many calls to remove the photo from Twitter, including from actor Misha Collins who said Vargas was guilty of "the same misinformation as Trump and you are giving fodder to the other side.
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