Aura Bogado writes about racial justice, Native rights, and immigration for The Nation. A former host and producer for Pacifica radio, her work has also been published in Mother Jones, Newsweek Argentina, Colorlines.com and The Huffington Post. She is currently based in New York City.
The Senate Judiciary Committee moves the immigration bill to full debate—without LGBT inclusion.
A high court’s preliminary ruling indicates there is not rational basis for Governor Jan Brewer’s attempt to deny driver’s licenses for certain immigrants.
Advocates are pleading Obama to suspend the deportations of those who would gain status under a new immigration bill.
After Boston, are the Senate Judiciary Hearings on immigration actually helping us get closer to reform?
The way communities of color respond to the logic of antiterrorism can make us part of the problem—or the solution.
Legal permanent residency and eventual citizenship will be conditional on expanded border security—including the use of drones.
Twenty-seven-year-old Claudia Muñoz checked into a Michigan facility—to fight for the release of those being unfairly held.