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Immigration reform news and analysis from The Nation
March 16, 2020
‘That First Night in America, I Couldn’t Sleep’
After growing up in China, a young woman tries to find her place in Oakland.
February 25, 2020
How Medical Negligence at the US Border Killed an Immigrant Father
Nebane Abienwi fled a civil conflict in Cameroon. Once in the US, it was shoddy medical care that killed him.
January 23, 2020
‘It’s Like Living in Solitary Confinement, but Out in the World’
Born in Soviet Ukraine and denied status in Canada and the United States, Karina describes the plight of statelessness—living without being recognized by any country at all.
January 10, 2020
California’s New ‘Gig Worker’ Law Will Hurt Freelancers
Intended to protect Uber, Lyft, and other exploited contract workers, the new statute will severely damage writers, photographers, and artists.
December 24, 2019
We Must Bear Witness to Trump’s Abuse of Refugees
The administration’s utter disregard for human life is happening in our name.
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November 28, 2019
I Asked Biden About Obama-Era Deportations. He Told Me to Vote for Trump.
I was shocked to hear the 2020 Democratic front-runner tell me to my face to vote for Trump, simply because I pressed him on a question about basic dignity for immigrants.
Carlos E. Rojas Rodriguez
November 8, 2019
Bernie’s Immigration Plan Is Good
The senator’s newly released plan—to halt deportations, abolish ICE, create a path to citizenship, and boost worker protections—marks a shift not only in Democratic policy but even from his own prior positions.
November 5, 2019
Take Action Now: Stand Up for Immigrant Justice
Attend a #HomeIsHere rally, defend immigrant rights in your community, and help provide counsel for those who need it.
October 14, 2019
Trump’s Assault on Refugees Is Even Worse Than It Looks
The US was once a leader on refugee policy—then Trump came to power.
September 24, 2019
The US Is Wrapping Its Border Wall Around the World
From Jordan to the Philippines, countries across the world are following America’s lead and militarizing their borders.