Immigration

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus

WATCH: Congressional Black Caucus Censures President Trump for 'Sh*thole' Comments

The Caucus livestreamed the proceeedings.

Forum Explores Widespread Discrimination Experienced by People of Color

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation forum focused on community-driven solutions to discrimination in health, housing and policing.

Cory Booker speaks

Senators Confront DHS Secretary About Trump's 'Racially Motivated' Immigration Policy

Cory Booker and Diane Feinstein questioned the decision to terminate deportation relief for some 250,000 immigrants and DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen’s “amnesia” regarding the president’s “shithole” comments.

Interior deportations

Michigan Man, Too Old to Benefit From DACA, Deported to Mexico After Three Decades in the U.S.

Jorge García leaves behind a U.S. citizen wife and two teenage children, in a case that immigration advocates say highlights the cruelty of President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

KIds hold sign that calls Trump a "racist bigot"

Did We Need More Proof That Trump is Racist?

The president said that Black and Latinx immigrants from “shithole” countries should be left out of any immigration deal reached in Congress. Who is surprised?

Dreamers protest

Dizzying Week of Dialogue Over Immigration Still Leaves Democrats and Republicans Far Apart

The White House fumes over DACA ruling, while Congress debates a deal for Dreamers and comprehensive reform.

Protesters hold signs

Federal Judge Halts Termination of DACA Program

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was set to expire on March 5.

Immigrant Detention Center

Immigration Advocates: Immigrant Detainees Must Be Included in the #MeToo Conversation

There are thousands of cases of alleged abuse at immigrant detention centers—and an FBI investigation into abuse claims at a Texas facility. One advocacy group says detained immigrants must be included in reform efforts.

Mini American flags on a table

Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protected Status for Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans

“El Salvador is one of the world’s most dangerous countries and will be unable to absorb the return of these thousands of people whose lives are inextricably intertwined with those of ours here in the United States.”

Washington State Sues Motel 6 for Sharing Guest Information With Immigration Officials

The bargain hotel chain routinely provided ICE agents with the names, birth dates and license plate numbers of thousands of guests with “Latino-sounding names,” lawsuit charges.

Dreamers protest

Democrats, White House to Restart Talks on Dreamers as Government Shutdown Looms Again

Dems say any long-term spending bills must include protections for young immigrants, but Republicans seem determined to cut separate deals.

Los Angeles protests Trump immigration policy

California Ushers in Sanctuary Law, Shields Immigrants From Some Federal Mandates

The California Values Act bars state and local authorities from cooperating with federal immigration authorities without a warrant.

Activists rally during a protest

The New Normal: Fear and Loathing as Immigration Policy

It only took President Donald Trump one week in office to turn fear into a policy provision.

Brown women and girls and men in multicolored clothing stand in brown airport terminal near red and navy suitcases

Indian Jews Work to Maintain Identity, Practices in United States

How an often overlooked part of the diaspora preserves its Hanukkah traditions.

Dreamers protest at U.S. Capitol

Will Congress Shut Down the Government For the Dreamers?

Top Democrats say they won’t vote for a year-end funding bill to keep the federal government running unless it includes provisions to protect young immigrants from deportation.

Back of a immigration enforcement officer wearing a black shirt and vest that say Police ICE in white letters.

'We're Looking For You': Spike in Arrests of Non-Criminals Fuels Trump Immigration Crackdown

Immigrant detentions spike, border arrest plunge in Trump’s first year, DHS figures show

Young activists hold up signs that say We are Powerful and Clean Dream Act Now outside in Washington D.C.

Activists Urge Congress to Pass the Dream Act

There are 800,000 young people at risk of deportation if Congress does not enact a permanent solution soon.

Protesters hold banner that reads, "Take on hate. It's still happening. It's still wrong."

SCOTUS Lets Trump's 'Muslim Ban' Go Into Effect

“This is how hate gets normalized.”

Brown man in navy collared shirt and brown pants holding grey book while sitting on brown couch in front of white wall

WATCH: Hasan Minhaj, Ivy Quicho and Junot Díaz Recite Moving Passage From 'America Is in the Heart'

Director Frank Chi: “When you’re an immigrant, and Asian American, you’re bombarded by attempts from everywhere that say you don’t belong. For me, Bulosan’s words helped repel that poison.”

A view of the Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco Tops List of Immigrant-Friendly Cities

You’ll never guess what city sits at the bottom of the 50-municipality list.