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Deportation news and analysis from The Nation
November 14, 2022
The Pipeline Funneling US Deportees to Haitian Prison
Patrick Julney is one of many longtime US residents who found himself detained under hellish conditions in a country in which he’d never been formally charged with a crime.
October 21, 2022
What Does Biden’s Marijuana Pardon Mean for Deportations?
The Biden administration is pardoning marijuana offenses, but there’s a different legislative move that will have a greater impact on noncitizens.
Felipe de la Hoz
September 23, 2021
Biden Wasn’t Elected to Scold Racist Border Agents—He Was Elected to Stop Them
The White House bears full responsibility for the Border Patrol agents caught whipping Haitian migrants at the US-Mexico border.
September 23, 2021
Biden’s Disastrous Deportation of Haitians
Amy Wilentz on the situation at the border, plus Ruth Milkman and Stephanie Luce on Occupy Wall Street 10 years after.
Start Making Sense
January 28, 2021
Trump Judges Are Already Thwarting Biden’s Agenda
A Trump appointee in Texas has put a hold on Biden’s deportation “pause”—an example that other GOP judges are sure to follow.
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May 26, 2020
Trump’s Gutter Politics Just Keep Getting Nastier
His administration is paddling ever deeper into the swamp of xenophobia and vicious slander against political enemies.
May 22, 2020
Here’s What We’re Doing With Your Check, Donald
Don’t need the government’s Covid-19 relief money? Here are some worthy organizations that do.
May 19, 2020
Is Trump Encouraging Paramilitary Violence?
He’s playing with fire, but he doesn’t care. Desperate to win reelection amid mass unemployment, he knows that he has few cards left to play.
May 15, 2020
If They Walk Like Fascists and Talk Like Fascists…
Attacking science, forcing people back to work, closing the border, suppressing the vote—the Trump/GOP strategy looks increasingly like white nationalist accelerationism.
April 24, 2020
SCOTUS Just Found a Way to Inflict More Terror on Immigrants
A new decision written by Kavanaugh reaffirms the idea that the government can reach into a black or brown person’s life—and destroy it—at any time.