Today we want to deny others what we take for granted.
Bigotry, fear, xenophobia—and “the other.” Is this how we sound when we talk about immigration?
Ken Carfagno never met his great-grandfather. But what he learned about him continually inspires him to be a great ‘father.’
Czechoslovakia native Ivana Trump agrees with her ex-hubby, GOP frontrunner Donald, on his problem with immigrants, according to an interview with New York Post.
Without a set of shared values, argues Ken Goldstein, we can’t talk with, argue with or perhaps even live with the other side. And then what?
Huey Rey Fischer was expecting pushback while running for State Representative in Texas. He was not expecting to find it from his own LGBTQ community.
For Mexican citizens wishing to enter the US, once scanned, branded and processed they meet with none other than Mr. Tony Robbins.
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.
The immigration system is broken. I’ve got an idea. Let’s fix it.
A brief history lesson may explain why immigrants came to be regarded as criminals.
Vicious, hateful rhetoric out of the mouths of Republicans roars a backwards mindset, the dehumanization of immigrants as segments they wish to continue to isolate.
Rich Monetti shares his family’s powerful story of immigration and survival.
Warren Blumenfeld breaks down the chain that links Donald Trump to a history of hate.
Private prisons sell people like products
“You are the best part of what happens when a culture finds home in a new body.” ~ Slam poet Sean Aliño
Brittni Brown feels the negative association with immigrants and beliefs of many US citizens in relation to crime rates aren’t founded on solidarity.