Maria Murriel is a reporter interested in migration and identity. Addicted to travel.
I'm interested in stories about migration and identity, as well as journalism that causes people to engage with one another.
I was a reporter and editor at The World and previously built the digital department at WLRN in Miami, my hometown.
I grew up in Peru, and like to tell stories about the Andean region, its culture and diaspora.
I prefer Instagram over Twitter, and I travel every chance I get. Craft beer, cats and single malts are a few of my weaknesses.
Edwidge Danticat's latest book, "The Art of Death," helped her process her mother's death.
About 60,000 Haitian immigrants on temporary protected status received an extension of the program that allows them to live and work legally in the US. But it only lasts six months.
The Department of Homeland Security on Monday extended Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, for Haitians in the United States. The program will continue to benefit Haitians for six months.
Richard Spencer, the American white nationalist known for getting punched in the face on camera and extolling Donald Trump with a Hitlerian salute, has formed a new publishing venture with Swedish far-right extremists.
Penguins are a bellwether of climate change. Scientists use their population size and well-being as indicators of the state of Antarctica.
ICE detained hundreds of people and deported most of them. A decade later, New Bedford, Massachusetts, is still home to a large undocumented population.
Even without legal status, immigrants in New Bedford, Mass. are organizing to face what they think is unfair work treatment.
The tactics outlined in Homeland Security memos include deporting undocumented immigrants to Mexico regardless of their nationality, and seeking expedited removal of these immigrants — meaning no court hearings, no due process.
In "Animal Farm," George Orwell traces the slippery slope from democracy to totalitarianism. It looks a lot like the US today.
Millions of people around the world took to the streets this weekend to proclaim that women's rights are human rights. We spoke to some marchers in D.C. about why they were there.
President Trump's record with Native communities is not good, say the Native activists who came to his inauguration to protest.