Donald Trump's decision to withdraw Temporary Protected Status from 200,000 Salvadorans living in the U.S. ... open[s] the door to one of America's ... most shameful mass deportations.
The rise of Trump, the Republican Party’s outsider, allowed for the growth of the "alternative-right"* movement ... Those “irredeemable” people represent a large segment of Americans.
To deport these young people (most of them in their early 20s) out of the United States is to uproot and completely ruin their lives. It is difficult to understand the decision from a humanitarian lens.
One of the pillars of the American dream is that if you work hard and strive you can achieve your goals ... This crisis has killed those dreams.
I did not know what human rights were in China, but I understood the value of human rights when I arrived in the U.S.
The verbal attacks of Donald Trump toward immigrants and Muslims have brought manifestations of hatred and racial intolerance to a head in the United States.
The U.S. says that neither the corrupt nor human rights violators are welcome within its borders. But when did it stop accepting them? The question is worth considering. For decades, Miami and New York, to mention only two cities, have been the hideouts of our most corrupt: from ex-presidents and their lovers/wives [Read more]
Reform by decree: 5 million undocumented immigrants will be given legal status and will be shielded from deportation, while the Republicans aimlessly consider their counterattacks.
Barack Obama is no longer beating around the bush. He will enact immigration reform and will do so by decree, signing an executive order [Read more]