Why do women and feminized people flee Central America? What do they find when they reach the United States?
The pandemic took the health inequalities generated by US imperialism, and made them worse.
Introducing a new series to push forward our thinking and action about immigration and borders.
How has data been used to organize labor, and how do we make ourselves visible to data-centric systems?
“Just do something. Just do something. Just a very small thing. I’m not an ideological person, really.”
In 20 years, Congress has never passed the DREAM Act. What has been lost in chasing this legislation’s narrow dreams?
Once, abolitionists had to imagine a world without slavery. Can we similarly envision a world where migrants are offered justice?
When will new generations of Afro-Italians finally be heard and recognized as full and active members of Italy’s culture and society?
“I strongly lay claim to imagination, because to us Black women for a long time the possibility of imagination had been negated.”
When employers fail to provide PPE, testing, sick pay, or job protection, the message is clear: Latinx laborers are “not us.”
At the largest bazaar in Central Asia, an informal secondhand market has become something like a metropolis unto itself.
Covid-19 spread so rapidly because urbanization is now planetary: connecting disparate territories through flows of goods and people.
It doesn’t matter if they are innocent parents or 9/11 heroes: undocumented Americans have been villainized and brutalized by the United States.
“Flagged for deportation, I was hurtled into my own little nightmare, an absurdist take on all the immigration tragedies raging across the world.”
Before our eyes, US Latinx writers are inventing a new form of the novel. The classic bildungsroman, or novel of education and development, typically ...
The sun is setting behind the Tohono O’odham Nation Reservation, and ...
The way we talk about history matters. And this is especially true in the case of the Philippines, which, in many ways, served as a laboratory for America’s imperial ...
Ten years ago, when I would ask my students if they knew any modern Italian authors—not Dante—I would occasionally get the response of “Calvino” and, more ...
President Trump’s pernicious attacks on nonwhite immigrants have thrust a particular theory of political membership—white nationalism—to the forefront ...
Utopianism is having a moment. Everything from the box office success of big-budget science fiction films like Interstellar and The Martian to the groundswell of support for the Green New Deal ...