Tina Griego

Richmond, Va.


Latest from Tina Griego

Community colleges could help fix America’s looming skills shortage

America will soon face a shortage of millions of college grads. The right Community college policy could help.

January 9, 2015

How a better economy could mean more poor Americans go hungry

"You eat or you die”: One million poor Americans will lose food stamps because they can’t find a job.

January 8, 2015

They risked everything to open a door to Cuba. They were shunned for it.

A small group of Cuban Americans returned home only to be called traitors. One of their founders would be assassinated.

January 5, 2015

‘I need to tell you something’: How survivors of sexual assault tell their children

The unseen backdrop of the public dialogue on sexual assault.

December 31, 2014

Five of the most (in)famous U.S. fugitives in Cuba

As relations with the island nation normalize, here's a look at the most well-known fugitives there -- past and present.

December 24, 2014

Cuba still harbors one of America’s most wanted fugitives. What happens to Assata Shakur now?

Folk hero, fugitive, a most wanted terrorist -- and Tupac's godmother -- Shakur fled to Cuba decades ago. Her fate is uncertain.

December 20, 2014

Cuban-Americans on the Cuba lost and the Cuba that could be

Can 'hope be restored to a nation?' Cuban-Americans' reactions to a historic policy change.

December 18, 2014

Cuba’s displaced ‘Peter Pan’ generation looks homeward with mixed feelings

They left Cuba for America in the early 1960s. They've been cut off from their home ever since. Until now.

December 17, 2014

How one white mother talked to her two black children about racism in America

Paula Fitzgibbons wants those who are considering or facilitating adoptions to understand that race does matter.

December 17, 2014

Here’s how our immigration laws actually encourage illegal immigration

Four rules that force immigrants to make impossible choices.

December 16, 2014