Homeland Security officials monitored hundreds of protests against family separations last year.
This coalition of “urgent responders” makes sure communities dealing with deportation know they are not alone.
Raids destabilize families and communities and make people feel unsafe even in their own homes.
Public health professionals can take concrete actions to meet the needs of immigrants and their families.
Racist policing has serious impacts on public health in communities of color at taxpayers’ expense.
The asylum bureaucracy demands a narrative of trauma and mental illness, regardless of lived experience.
In these turbulent times, Latinx people are drawing strength from their community’s history of struggle.
The Eastern Iowa Community Bond Project works to keep together immigrant communities terrorized by Trump.
Legal resource centers are finding strategic ways to collaborate, react and be proactive in advising immigrants.
After ICE deported my husband, I became a historian to uncover the origins of a largely hidden immigration system.