Judge Forces Detention Centers to Open Doors to Doctors
Health experts are expected to ensure that migrant children are living in “safe and sanitary” conditions.
Racial Justice Groups, Unions and Others Cautiously Celebrate SCOTUS Ruling on Census Citizenship Question
“This is a win for democracy today, but it is temporary; the fight for a full and fair count is not over,” said one group, the Racial Equity Anchor Collaborative.
Border Patrol Refuses Donations for Children in Custody
Critics say the government is letting unfair rules get in the way of doing what’s right.
Here's What You Can Do Right Now to Support Detained Immigrant Children
Take these steps on behalf of the migrant children being mistreated at the southern border.
Students Who Speak Indigenous Languages Disadvantaged in Schools
Migrant children are often pushed into special education classrooms due to a lack of translators and a weak infrastructure.
READ: Asylum-Seeker Sues Gov't for Family Separation, Clears Path for Justice
Suny Rodríguez was lead plaintiff in a federal lawsuit that accused immigration officials of “extreme and outrageous” mistreatment of detainees.
Immigrant Advocacy Group Says Tech Industry Enables Trump Administration
RAICES CEO Jonathan Ryan: “The tech industry deserves a lot of blame for what is happening at our borders.”
Doctors Say Migrants in Need of Medical Care Are Treated Poorly
Recently apprehended asylum-seekers who are only in custody because of their immigration status are reportedly victimized via extreme security measures.
New Report Says Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence Are Afraid to Ask for Help
The findings highlight how the nation’s current immigration policies exploit and harm immigrant victims.
House Passes Bill to Provide Pathway to Citizenship for Immigrants
If signed into law, the American Dream and Promise Act would offer a path to citizenship for more than 2 million “Dreamers” who were brought to the United States as children.
Transgender Asylum-Seeker Dies After Pleading for Medical Attention
Johana Medina Leon had chest pain while detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Then she died.
SCOTUS to Decide if Family Can Sue Border Agent Who Killed Teen
Hernández v. Mesa asks if the border officer who killed Sergio Adrián Hernández Güereca violated his Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights.
Pentagon to Build Tent Cities Near Border for 7,500 Migrants
Military personnel will handle construction, but the facilities will still be managed by the Department of Homeland Security.
Teen Migrant is Fifth Child to Die in U.S. Custody
The 16-year old from Guatemala was diagnosed with the flu ahead of his death.
Latinx Parents Deported in Emotional 'Party of Five' Reboot
The 2019 version of the series follows five siblings after their parents are sent to Mexico.
Are Federal Officials Criminalizing Pregnant Migrants?
Immigrant advocates say the United States Marshals Service is committing “atrocities” against these vulnerable asylum-seekers.
Smithsonian Highlights How Transcontinental Railroad Impacted Native Americans
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center delves into how the railroad—largely constructed by Chinese immigrants—added to the destruction of Native American lands, livelihood and sovereignty.
Arizona Student Detained by Border Control Released, Future Remains Uncertain
The high school senior was held in ICE detention for nearly a week following a routine traffic stop.
Arizona Students Protest After Classmate Detained by Border Patrol
Shortly after writing the teenager a ticket, the Pima County Sheriff’s Department turned him over to United States Customs and Border Protection.
New Doc Peeks Inside Nail Salons' Booming Business
“Nailed It” explores the industry’s history and connection to the Vietnamese-American community.