Xenophobia

Members of the migrant caravan climb over the U.S.-Mexico border fence while crossing into San Diego, California, from Tijuana, Mexico, on December 3, 2018.

REPORT: Migrants Bring Economic Stability, Not Disease

Dr. Paul Spiegel: “There is no evidence to show that migrants are spreading disease. That is a false argument that is used to keep migrants out.”

Small children wearing shorts stand with their mother outside a temporary migrant shelter near the U.S.-Mexico border  in Tijuana, Mexico on November 20, 2018.

Chaos Continues at U.S. Border, Migrants Explore Their Options

Many have to decide if they will continue to fight for asylum in the United States.

Black and gold marker on ground reads "Mex" and "USA."

Feds Use Tear Gas On Migrants, Activists Push Back

Thousands of migrants have been traveling on foot for weeks to seek refuge from violence and poverty in their homelands.

Surveillance camera mounted to a wall, all in gray and purple tones

How the Government's Surveillance Practices Criminalize Communities of Color [OPINION]

We’re demanding more transparency and accountability around existing law enforcement surveillance practices, and urging our Congressional leaders of color to intervene on our behalf to prevent further exclusion, dehumanization and violence.

Asian woman holds sign that reads, "Deport racism."

Supreme Court Upholds 'Muslim Ban'

Advocates pledge to continue fighting the discriminatory ban, which denies nationals from several majority Muslim countries from entering the United States.

A White man with white hair standing on a stage lit up by a black and white background behind him.

Reflections on Anthony Bourdain, Celebrated Chef and TV Host Who Opposed Racism and Xenophobia

People of color remember the award-winning chef, tv host and author who advocated for immigrants, supported the #MeToo movement, and fiercely opposed racism and colonialism.

Asian woman and men in black-and-white photos framed by white and black frames on red wall with brown identification tags

New Podcast Chronicles Internment of Japanese Americans

American Public Media podcast “Order 9066” takes its name from the executive order that authorized the forced relocation of tens of thousands of Japanese Americans during World War II.

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus

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

The Caucus livestreamed the proceeedings.

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.

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?

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.

Brown women in black and navy hijabs stand next to Brown women and men in multicolored clothing holding white and red signs in front of brown and grey buildings and grey sky

10 Must-Read Tweets From the #MySept11MuslimStory Campaign

Sixteen years after the Semptember 11 attacks, Muslims—and those percieved to be Muslims—still endure racist violence and discrimination. This Twitter campaign chronicles their stories.

Man wearing black skullcap with American flag on it prays with his eyes closed

READ: Suman Raghunathan on 9/11, Racism and 'Toxic Patriotism'

From the executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together: “This September 11, I will remember that this is the true patriotism—working with our communities to protect each other, and in doing so, to form a more perfect union.”

Brown people stand in row on grey street with white traffic markings by brown storefronts

Queer, Muslim and APIA Advocacy Orgs Protest Post-9/11 Hate Violence With Weekend of #QueerAzaadi Actions

Checkpoint protests, community funerals and other actions in cities across the country will honor people impacted by state and White supremacist violence.

Two women in hijab with their backs to the camera

Appeals Court Says 'No' to 'Muslim Ban' Family Limits

“The government does not offer a persuasive explanation for why a mother-in-law is clearly a bona fide relationship, but a grandparent, grandchild, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew or cousin is not.”

Rally, someone holds up sign that reads, "Dreamers."

What DREAMers Need to Know About DACA Now

This is how the Department of Homeland Security is implementing the “wind down” of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Protestors hold up a black poster that spells out DACA in yellow.

Trump Administration Officially Ends DACA, Placing Nearly 800,000 Immigrants at Risk for Deportation

Sessions called DACA an “unconstitutional exercise of authority by the executive branch.”

Joe Arpaio stands at a podium and gestures with his index finger. An image of himself is blown up on a screen behind him.

A History of Violence: Joe Arpaio's Racist Crusade Against Latinxs

For decades, the Maricopa County sheriff targeted Latinxs via illegal stops and his Tent City Jail, which he once referred to as a “concentration camp.”

Sign reads, "No history, no self."

Judge Rules That Arizona Mexican-American Studies Ban is Racist

“Both enactment and enforcement were motivated by racial animus.”

Black boy's eyes as he stnads behind a metal battier

The Dos and Dont's of Talking to Kids of Color About White Supremacy

A primer for talking to children about racism—and systems that perpetuate it—in the aftermath of the violence in Charlottesville.