President-elect Donald Trump launched his candidacy on an anti-immigrant sentiment and has vowed to repeal a key Obama administration program that shields hundreds of thousands of people from deportation.
Austin artist, Gerardo Arellano, blends expressionism and pop art to create what he calls "Border Wave" -- a style of imagery that is influenced by life on both sides of the U.S. and Mexican border.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Poet Tishani Doshi has long reflected on the idea of immigration and creating a new home in new land. But she has become alarmed about the “culture of fear” that has developed toward immigrants in the United Sates and Britain.
By Kathleen Ronayne and Emily Swanson, Associated Press
Young Hispanic and Asian-Americans who are immigrants or have an immigrant parent are more likely to be liberal in their views on politics and immigration, a new GenForward poll shows.
By Mori Rothman, Melanie Saltzman, Saskia de Melker
Uncertainty prevails in Britain after Brexit has left immigrants feeling vulnerable. The service sector, a large part of the British economy, is also a big employer of foreigners, which means these workers may be hit hard. Hari Sreenivasan reports from…
By Pauline Bartolone, Kaiser Health News
California state legislators and advocates are racing to get federal approval in the waning months of the Obama administration for a proposal to allow immigrants living in the U.S. illegally onto the California insurance exchange…
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Republicans on a powerful House panel Tuesday narrowly defended a tea party-fueled move to tell the Library of Congress how to label immigrants living in the country illegally.
By PBS NewsHour
Responding to a surge of Central Americans coming to the U.S. in recent years, the Department of Homeland Security has planned a month of raids on immigrants found to have crossed the southwest border illegally. Reuters reporter Julia Edwards, who…
By PBS NewsHour
The 2016 primary race has been one of the most divisive elections in recent memory. One family of Muslim immigrants in Virginia exemplifies this divide -- and the growing intergenerational gap in political priorities.
Final deadlines for college applications are looming this week, and students who are first in their families to attend college are far less likely to have help navigating the application system. The College Advising Corps aims to change that by…
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