Critical State, a foreign policy newsletter by Inkstick Media, takes a deep dive this week into the asymmetry of political belief when it comes to immigration: Voters against immigration tend to prioritize the issue over those in favor of it.
When Lucía Benavides moved to the US from Argentina as a young girl, she clung to the Beatles’ music for something familiar.
The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating kids from parents ended in June of 2018, after massive outrage. But Andrea and her sisters are among more than 950 kids the ACLU now claims were taken from parents after that date.
With a trailblazing zine centered around a rebel “saint,” Isabel Castro and Natasha Hernandez create a space for Latinx individuals looking for gender-challenging, border-crossing and ass-kicking representation.
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro, who is running for president as a Democrat, has made climate change one of his key issues on the campaign trail.
Two psychotherapists from San Francisco put their skills to use in an unlikely place: a San Antonio bus station where newly arrived migrants were being released by ICE, with few resources.
But that is all set to change this weekend. When Udoka Azubuike leads his Kansas Jayhawks into the men's college basketball Final Four against Villanova in San Antonio, his mom should be cheering in the stands.
The shooter was reportedly killed after the incident, about 30 miles southeast of San Antonio.
A small clinic in McAllen, Texas, is the only abortion provider for hundreds of miles. Earlier this week when Jane Doe, an undocumented teenager held in detention, was allowed to have an abortion, this is where she came.
When you move your family abroad, you bring your culture with you. Your language, your religion and maybe, most importantly for some, your food. That's been true for years for the more than 300,000 Korean immigrants living in Southern California. Now there is a growing number of them that are moving back to Seoul, and they are returning with a food culture that is simmered in the melting pot that is Los Angeles.
On Friday, ICE officials dropped 50 women and their children at a bus station, after their asylum applications were approved. But with Harvey approaching, bus routes were canceled, leaving the women and children stranded.