The Trump administration has been denying visas to experienced, well-paid workers, many of whom have degrees from American universities.
Sinduja Rangarajan is a data reporter at Reveal, focusing on academic collaborations around workplace issues. She is the organizer of Mind to Mind, a symposium that brings academics and journalists together to foster conversation and partnerships. She is a former Google News Lab fellow. She is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
While the president’s crackdown at the Mexican border has gotten plenty of attention, he’s also been dismantling the work-based immigration system.
Same data, new lawsuit: Reveal sues Labor Department for failure to release updated Silicon Valley diversity numbers
The Department of Labor gave us Silicon Valley diversity data after we sued them. Now we have to sue again. Same companies. Same data. Different year.
Oracle and Palantir said diversity figures were trade secrets. The real secret: Embarrassing numbers
The Labor Department initially sided with tech companies to block the data, but released it after Reveal filed a lawsuit.
For years, the Labor Department has allowed federal contractors to block public records requests for their demographics by calling them trade secrets.
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