The United States has a long history of violence against People of Color, disabled people, Muslims, immigrants, and LGBTQ people.
We didn’t know it, then, but we taught each other the first sins of this nation.
Philadelphia Mayor says he’s simply abiding by the Constitution, which doesn’t allow citizens to be held against their will without a warrant.
Jonathan Mendoza & Joaquina Mertz discuss Mexican heritage and what it means today.
Among all of the flash of big budget movies, it’s nice to see an understated, thoughtful story.
Wade Kelsey Reflects As He Works to Keep His Son Internet Safe
Immigrant and native-born workers share a common destiny of starvation if the potentially liberating new technologies are left in the hands of the corporate ruling class.
If people take you seriously, then it isn’t a joke.
Warren Blumenfeld writes a letter to his Polish Great-Grandparents and reflects on his journey of being Jewish and gay.
We appreciate the little things. And that makes all the difference.
Rich Monetti shares his family’s powerful story of immigration and survival.
Brittni Brown feels the negative association with immigrants and beliefs of many US citizens in relation to crime rates aren’t founded on solidarity.
Luke Park, Korean-Canadian, shows us how embracing your authenticity through diversity can lead to more humanity!
Immigrants in the United States are already stigmatized enough, they do not need to be linked to the issue of terrorism.
A travel experience caused Dr. Jed Diamond to reflect on the staggering amount of refugees and displaced persons in our world today.
For a kid in Chicago’s Little Village Neighborhood, the only thing worse than being called a wetback was being called a Brazer. It wasn’t until college that Ray Salazar learned what that word really meant.