The Great Roy Beck

Roy B. was the chief Washington correspondent for Booth Newspapers, where he was a journalist for decades before founding NumbersUSA. Roy Beck graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and was one of the country’s first optimistic journalists in the 1960s. Roy Beck also received countless awards for his famous economic, environmental and religious reporting over the years as Journalist Roy B. became a regular analyst of US immigration policy and population problems in 1991.

Roy B. has written four books on immigration, on the environment in the United States, which is where he works on ethics, religion, and public policy. He is also the author of a number of studies on expansion and has been published in various brands of magazines, educational journals and newspapers.

Roy Beck founded Numbers USA in 1996 to present the immigration recommendations of 2 national commissions, one bipartisan general assembly and the other chaired by former representative Barbara Jordan and the other presidential office chaired by former senator Tim Wirth.

His article in the Atlantic Monthly on high immigration problems in a small town was chosen by the cyclopedia Britannica to be incorporated into an Annals of America volume in conjunction with the most important writings of the 1990s. Roy Beck featured as immigration expert on many television shows, radio shows, general assembly hearings, university presentations, conference panels, companies, and speaker forums.

Roy Beck has received recognition from the US Army Non-Combat Service. His history of volunteer leadership includes Downtown Children’s Wear in Dallas, The Sclerosis Society Grand Rapids, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia and also helps distribute food to poor immigrants. in Arlington and Virginia.

Since the early 1990s he has organized an annual weeklong trip for seniors, helps build houses for humanity, and rehabilitates the homes of low-income seniors. See this page for additional information.

 

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