Tag: Immigration News

Daily posts and articles about immigrants, immigration reform, policies and politics.
News

The Long Shadow of Family Separation

From Fi2W editing fellow Maritza Félix

News

Redefining Ramadan in the Era of Social Distancing

Former Fi2W fellow Nargis Rahman on how COVID-19 is redefining spirituality for her Muslim American family.

News

Uninsured, Unemployed and Undocumented in the Pandemic

Arizona hotel workers struggle to survive. Read our story produced with Slate.

News

United by Love, Separated by the Border and the Coronavirus

A story produced in our new partnership with Slate.

Keeping it Local: Young Nevadan Focuses on Down-Ballot Issues to Reach New Voters

Engaging voters who think the presidential election “is a joke.”

Why This DACAmented Immigrant is Encouraging Young Voters to Look Beyond “Two Evils”

Despite not being eligible to vote, Angel Quintero is deeply involved in this year’s election

NYC Underestimates Value of Family Child Care For Immigrant Communities

The city’s reforms make it harder for family child-care providers to survive.

‘I’m a Third Culture Kid’ – Stories of Four New Yorkers

Finding their own identity having been raised in a culture different from their parents.

Videos

Why Latino Voters Matter – 5 Reasons to Watch the Hispanic Vote in 2016

Challenges and opportunities in the upcoming 2016 U.S Presidential election.

Radio

Look What I Brought You – The Dream City Podcast, Episode 4

A story about what you choose to take home and what you bring back.