About Duarte @DuarteGeraldino
Duarte Geraldino is a special correspondent for PBS NewsHour.
He is currently working on a book about people left behind in the USA after their loved-ones have been deported.
For much of 2016 he was traveling around the United States reporting on the race for the White House. He has extensively covered the Black Lives Matter movement, the banking crisis, and the impact of changing demographics on America’s culture & economy.
Most recently he was a correspondent for Al Jazeera America, where he traveled the country documenting how economics, business, technology and public policy change lives.
He has contributed reports to Bloomberg TV, the CBS Affiliate News Service and guest anchored the CBS Morning News. Duarte’s research interests include how finance, technology, and immigration issues impact American culture.
Duarte’s Recent Stories
Nation Jan 15More churches are opening their doors to undocumented immigrants facing deportation
Since President Trump took office, the number of American churches willing to shelter undocumented immigrants from the threat of deportation has grown to about 1,000 -- a small fraction of the Christian community. Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino meets one immigrant…
Nation Jan 16How a Georgia county’s campaign of terror drove away its black community
In 1912, news of a violent sexual assault enraged the residents of Georgia's Forsyth County and led to a lynching and the execution of two African American teens, as well as a campaign of terror to drive out the entire…
Nation Jan 16Column: In search of the spot where two black teens were killed
About the only thing easy to find was the sense that something really bad happened here, something from which America can learn.
Economy Jul 14What you should know about noncompete agreements
Nearly 40 percent of Americans have signed a noncompete agreement. But do employees always know what they’ve signed and what it means for future employment prospects?…
Economy Jun 23How the housing markets in 5 U.S. cities may have cost you $5,000 in lost wages
The housing markets in five U.S. cities have prevented aggregate U.S. GDP from growing further and in doing so may have cost the average American worker $5,000 in lost wages.
Economy Jun 02The housing shortage and homelessness in San Francisco. Is there a solution?
With diminishing housing options and soaring rents, the city has one of the higher homelessness rates in nation.