Stanford Law School’s Immigrants Rights Clinic created a clear, easily readable guide to “Getting Asylum Protection in the United States,” a 36-page booklet fully online. Asylum seekers, their friends and families, and advocates will likely reaffirm important lessons, learn new…
One can almost see the dots being connected today. And the demand: We deserve better. We will not have this done in our name.
"People are really scared. It’s really, really clear that the fear is real. And they’re not getting tests."
From Alvaro Enciso: "the purple cross, barely visible, is for marco antonio tapia nunez, a 27-year-old mexican migrant. . . "
Noted artist Alvaro Enciso has planted crosses to mark the deaths of more than 900 migrants in the Sonoran desert south of Tucson, each marked with a red dot like those marking men and women who have perished on the “death maps” published by Humane Borders. This is his report from the borderlands earlier this week.
ICE officers spent the day on Tuesday, the first day in many states and cities with legally-mandated social distancing protocols to protect the general population, gathering up migrants in Southern California.
I have never ever thought that Guatemalans fleeing to the US were fleeing poverty. Rather, they were fleeing forced famine and the residue of the genocide.
These testimonies add the details of full and productive lives as Americans cut short – the work of men and women as laborers and professionals, as neighbors and parents and mentors and pastors, now halted; the end of refuge.
these five crosses, not far apart from each other, are for migrants whose remains were recovered in the last couple of years. none of them have been identified.
These realities fundamentally shape the material, psychological and social foundations of romantic relationships and families.