Manuel Perez-Rocha discusses Trump’s plan to impose progressively increasing tariffs on Mexico, the second largest importer of U.S. goods.
For Donald Trump, tariffs are a substitute for diplomacy, just as harassment in his personal life is a substitute for normal human interaction
At the Mexican border, US law is flagrantly disregarded by people who know they will never be punished.
The president hopes to punish sanctuary cities with his imagined flood of violent undocumented immigrants but the reality is very different.
Supporting freedom of movement isn’t just the right thing to do. It’s a political winner for the left.
An open letter from over one hundred artists, activists, scholars, and writers
Here’s what we could spend it on instead.
The president is going to demonize the media no matter what they do. So why not do the right thing?
The United States is a land of plenty, not scarcity — and undocumented immigrants are not the reason our hospitals and social services are crumbling.
Military veterans are speaking out against the border stunt, calling it a “profound betrayal of our military.”
In 2015, ordinary Europeans welcomed refugees with open arms. Will we do the same with the caravan from Central America?
Romero promises to delve into immigration reform when she takes over the union later this year.
While the ruling red-green bloc is running on an anti-inequality agenda, an insurgent anti-immigrant party is drowning out their message with fearmongering.
A Pennsylvania county goes up against a giant of the private prison industry and comes out victorious.
Allowing white nationalist rhetoric to demonize immigrants is how agencies like I.C.E. and the Border Patrol get away with the grossly inhumane treatment of undocumented people and refugees.