The United States has long presented itself as a humanitarian nation. Our immigration history tells a different story.
Disinformation around immigration has become pervasive over the last decade. With increasing numbers of refugees displaced by war and climate emergencies, resilience demands that we reevaluate the value of lines on a map.
The double-standard and treatment of Black and brown refugees is part of a long tradition—and it must end.
Across the country, grassroots organizations have faced an uphill battle to secure enough money to adequately support their growing immigrant populations.
The economic exploitation of human trafficking destroys an individual’s ability to secure even their most basic needs despite working for years, even decades, and the pandemic has only compounded that turmoil.
As military force at the U.S./Mexico border increases, so does the danger to migrants seeking asylum for rape, abuse, or even death.
At the U.S-Mexico border, Kumeyaay Nation is fighting to protect their sacred land from the Trump administration
The Trump administration's new policy targeting Black and brown pregnant immigrants is yet another white nationalistic ploy to normalize discrimination.
The U.S. has always depended on immigrant labor to remain competitive in science, technology, agriculture, and manufacturing. Trump closing the borders would be disastrous.
One of the 18 Jewish activists arrested in Boston for protesting the South Bay migrant detention center wonders what it will take to shut down ICE and close these modern-day concentration camps.