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Beginning in 2020, California Will Offer Undocumented Immigrants Unparalleled Legislative Protections

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed into law some of the most comprehensive protections for undocumented immigrants in recent history with a new bill...

Climate Leader Bill McKibben May Face Up to Three Months in...

Prominent climate activist Bill McKibben was arrested alongside a small group of demonstrators on Thursday afternoon for staging a sit-in at Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s...

Documented Neighbors Form Human Chain to Protect Undocumented Family From ICE

Early Monday morning, in a community on the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee, ICE agents attempted to carry out a deportation order on an undocumented...

Wayfair Cofounders Announce $100k Contribution to Border Aid After Employees Organize...

The online home goods and furniture retailer Wayfair announced that the company would be donating $100,000 to fund humanitarian aid at the border through...

The Voice of the Border Comes from These Latina Writers

The immigration crisis happening at our border is hard to hear about but even harder to ignore. It can be difficult to process the...

UCP Militia Leader, Convicted Felon, Arrested for Illegal Possession of Firearm...

Federal authorities have arrested Larry Mitchell Hopkins, aka Johnny Horton Jr., the leader of the United Constitutional Patriots, an armed militia that detained migrants...

Documented Immigrants Who Work in Legal Marijuana Industry Are Being Denied...

One day before Saturday’s 4/20, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued guidance on how federal marijuana laws affect the path to citizenship for documented...

President Trump Cuts Aid to Central American Countries “Because They Haven’t...

Over the weekend, President Trump’s administration confirmed that he is indeed suspending financial aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, as he has been...

My Cultural Double Whammy: 15 Things I Have Learned as a...

I arrived in the U.S. a lifetime ago in 1992 with a student visa and plans to return to Colombia once I had finished...

Vino Latino: All the Latino Winery Owners You Need to Know

After decades of working as farmhands in California wine country, it should come as to no surprise that Latinos have ascended the ranks of...

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