What Washington Could Really Do in Central America
The death of the empire wasn’t difficult
to record. The 6 o’clock news ended
with the usual uplifting bit, a disabled
veteran got a medal….
Despite racist and anti-immigrant scapegoating, data shows that most American terrorists are resentful White men inspired by White supremacist and misogynist rhetoric.
Where are the calls to stop the massive illegal transfer of U.S. weapons fueling the very violence that drives innocent people to leave their homes?
The Trump administration has taken a giant step in trying to abolish the very idea of human rights as a part of the country’s identity.
The officer stopped at my seat and thrust his face toward mine. “Are you an American?”
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Trump framed the proposal as a threat—but several politicians and rights advocates replied that immigrants would be welcome in those communities.
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Between 2008 and 2016, the United States deported more than three million people. What happens to those left behind?
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Each day at Greyhound stations across the nation, families released from detention and traveling to sponsors’ homes find grandmotherly help. Every morning, Bonita Amaro and her sister Yolanda Sanchez arrive … Continue reading →
I load the tiny Leica at the kitchen table, the CL that almost fits in my palm. There are piles of broken asphalt downstairs and the remnants of a flash … Continue reading →
Drought, crop failure, storms, and land disputes pit the rich against the poor, and Central America is ground zero for climate change. Less than a mile south of the U.S.-Mexico … Continue reading →