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.”
A new initiative from LA’s Office of Immigrant Affairs aims to help immigrant business owners and essential workers gain access to economic relief.
A lot of Black immigrants like me have come to see that for our children to live the better lives we envisioned in this country, we need to be all-in against racism—no matter where or whom it strikes.
Our healthcare and food systems depend on immigrant workers, including those who are undocumented. Greater protections for them would be good for everyone.
A growing number of political exiles from Nicaragua are putting their experience and activism to work in their adopted country.
The decision by the high court comes in the midst of a global pandemic and an uprising in the wake of the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police that lays bare the extend of racial injustice in this country.
A new database by American Friends Service Committee tracks companies involved in border militarization, including the building and monitoring of walls and immigrant detention and surveillance.
Families recount painful conversations with loved ones inside detention centers and join advocates demanding action that detainees be protected against spread of the coronavirus.
The way Colombia has responded to the flood of Venezuelans crossing the border makes it a global standout at a time when other countries are closing their doors.
A new guide provides resources to help those being returned to their countries of origin.
Gaby Zavala was in her obstetrician’s waiting room in Brownsville, Texas, when she first saw the video. Across the river in Matamoros, Mexico, a 15-year-old Honduran girl had been swept
In the summer of 2017, before her senior year of high school, Isabelle Doerre-Torres met Carlos,* a Salvadoran immigrant on the verge of deportation. Doerre-Torres was an intern at a
Azul Uribe and Nancy Landa have spent the past decade in Mexico, barred by the U.S. government from stepping foot into the United States. And still, reaching across the border,
Earlier this year, a newly formed coalition of Jewish people opposed to Immigration and Customs Enforcement organized their first action in New Jersey alongside movement partners Movimiento Cosecha. The New