The Mexican government’s shutting down El Chaparral leaves its displaced residents without hope. El Chaparral has been home of approximately 1,000 migrants for over a year.
By militarizing border communities, migrants are forced to take dangerous routes in hostile terrain.
Thousands of deaths, over two decades, have covered the vast expanse of border counties with scattered unmarked graves because of a deadly border enforcement strategy.
The images from this week are sickening. Haitians seeking asylum are being whipped and rounded up like cattle by the U.S. Border Patrol to return them back to danger. Let me say this again: Adults and children are being whipped by agents of the United States government. By your government.
Central American families are expelled from US to Mexico-Guatemala border. The governments of the region must clarify terms of agreement.
One wonders what difference there is between Biden’s policies on immigration and Trump’s extremely restrictive, racist and punitive policies.
Our world has been transformed. Expressing itself first as practical struggle for a decent standard of living leading to a new struggle for our survival.
Thousands of children were separated from their loved ones. Supposedly, this policy was to deter migrants from wanting to come to the United States.
Workers across America are hurting. U.S. workers are undergoing, a period of anxiety, desperation, uncertainty and a deep divide.
We must begin to take our country back from Wall Street and the corporatists, whether Democratic or Republican.
The rage felt across the country has been building up as a result of hundreds of years of systemic racism, economic oppression, and exploitation.
I accompanied a 17-member congressional fact-finding delegation to visit the refugee camp in the dangerous city of Matamoros, Mexico.
Members of the Tribuno del Pueblo traveled to Austin, Texas to interview local organizations about their work regarding immigrant rights.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16, addressed the U.N.’s Climate Action Summit in New York City. Here’s the full transcript of Thunberg’s speech.
It’s important that people see the truth, what we see here at the border. We don’t see criminals. We see families, who are in desperate need of help.
People have the right to migrate and to seek asylum. We must end the militarization of the border and stop the detention and deportation of immigrants.