Jose Antonio Vargas

Jose Antonio Vargas attends a screening of "White People" at the Regent Theater on July 20, 2015, in Los Angeles, California.

#FacingRace Livestream: Jose Antonio Vargas Keynote

The founder of #EmergingUs takes the main stage at this year’s Facing Race conference.

Clinton Changes Position, Drops I-Word From Public Remarks

The Democratic presidential candidate’s about-face on the term “illegal immigrant” comes two weeks after she used the term in a speech. 

Jose Antonio Vargas Addresses 'White People' Criticism in New 'Medium' Editorial

The director and journalist talked about his new MTV documentary “White People” and addressed four strands of criticism that have been leveled at the film. 

Jose Antonio Vargas Leads '1 of 11 Million' Campaign for Deportation Relief

The campaign comes as the nation awaits President Obama’s executive order.

Jose Antonio Vargas Detained by Border Patrol

Vargas has been taken into custody at the McAllen Border Patrol Station.

Jose Antonio Vargas Opens Up About 'Documented'

The journalist discusses American nationalism, Right Wing haters and his difficult relationship with his mom.

'Documented' Opens in Theaters

Jose Antonio Vargas’s immigration film is deeply personal.

Jose Antonio Vargas' Film 'Documented' Will Be in Theaters

It will be in theaters in May and air on CNN this summer.

Jose Antonio Vargas at Senate Immigration Hearing: We're Not 'Alien People From Mars'

On Wednesday, Jose Antonio Vargas spoke at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on immigration.

Vargas told the panel that immigrants “dream of not being seperated from our families and our loved ones, regardless of sexual orientation, no matter our skill set.”

He went on to remind them that “this government has deported more than 1.6 million people, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters in the past four years.”

Senate Immigration Hearing Will Feature Jose Antonio Vargas

After months of back room immigration reform talks on the Hill and declarations of broad principles for legislative overhaul from elected officials and the president, the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold its opening hearing on immigration this week. The hearing marks the year’s first official business on reform from the committee likely to craft an immigration bill.

Favianna Rodriguez Talks Art and Activism on Pharrell's YouTube Channel

Immigrant rights activist Favianna Rodriguez talks social change through art.

Jose Antonio Vargas: Demian Bichir in 'A Better Life' Represents Today's 'The Help'

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Filipino-American journalist who revealed he was undocumented in a NY Times Op-Ed last year says Bichir represents the help of today – gardeners, farmhands, and other undocumented workers – at the mercy of present-day laws in Georgia and Alabama.

Jose Antonio Vargas Has Driver's License Revoked

The writer calls it another reminder of the collective struggle facing immigrants like him.

Jose Antonio Vargas: 'No Person is Illegal'

The journalist maintains that the immigrant struggle is “about us, not them.”