The federal program that allows undocumented migrants to remain if they grew up in the U.S. falls short in many ways. Several organizations are stepping in to fill those gaps.
Insecurity and powerlessness are the norm for immigrants navigating the U.S.’s immigration system—even when they are married to a U.S. citizen.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent nearly 50 migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard with no warning. Instead of being shunned, the migrants were welcomed and supported.
New York City’s Liberty Cleaners co-created an innovative training program that’s providing the skills to bring about their vision of the gig economy.
An extended Mexican family is split by wars between drug cartels and U.S. immigration policy.
You can say that my parents came to America for a better life, and they got one. But American imperialism shaped their paths.
A poem, “Swimming,” explores themes of crossing borders, survival, and resilience.
Lies, conspiracy theories, and quack cures about COVID-19 are all over the internet—and immigrants are particularly vulnerable. But concerted community efforts can combat it.
The city of Brno’s growing migrant population had been mostly served by NGOs. It wasn’t enough. So the city brought the work in-house.
While my family lives under existential threat from catastrophic cyclones in Mozambique, immigrant communities in the diaspora, like mine in London, also have to face toxic air quality.
The Biden administration was supposed be different from its predecessor. So why are Haitians are being denied their due process in seeking asylum to the U.S.?
Asian Americans were conveniently written out of history about the Old West. But they were present—and prolific.
Already facing health and education gaps, refugees in San Diego banded together during the pandemic to define their own challenges and create their own solutions.
Border walls aren’t necessary, and neither are the borders themselves in a world built on justice and equality, says author Todd Miller.
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A new digital telenovela aims to put queer Latinx youth in charge of telling their own stories.
The United States has done more to fuel climate migration than any other country on Earth, but it does not always welcome climate migrants equally.
If the state extends Medi-Cal to all undocumented immigrants, they would be eligible to receive potentially life-saving health care.
In the face of rising anti-immigrant sentiment, an organization has worked to integrate new arrivals to Copenhagen by taking care of honeybees.
From making comfort food to speaking with ancestors, immigrant families across the U.S. are turning to cultural traditions to cope with the isolation and stress of quarantine.
Dolores and Rogelio navigate the political contrasts and conflicts of life in El Paso, Texas.
“There’s something about immigrants that makes us almost expansive in our thinking, because in our neighborhood, the world meets.”