“In addition to shortening the review process for infrastructure projects, the orders are aimed at limiting states’ power to pause construction and giving the president the final word on permits for cross-border projects, among other things.”
A proposed bill would create a “blue card” status aimed at farm workers and their families.
Before her resignation earlier this week, the now-former Secretary of Homeland Security oversaw family separation. While the exact history of its implementation is still somewhat unknown, here’s a look at Nielsen’s involvement.
“Flirting with the idea of leaving our current planet behind for an upgrade is romantic-sounding on its face, but systematically troubling.”
A look at how Islamophobia continues in different contexts around the globe.
Nazia Kazi, an anthropologist and professor on race, ethnicity, immigration, and Islam, talks about her new book, Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics, in light of that global rise in Islamophobia and xenophobia most recently evidenced in the New Zealand massacre.
Singer-songwriter Raffi has long injected messages about human rights into his music, and the Trump era has pushed him to speak out.
The wave of migration driving Trump’s meltdown, explained.
The filmmakers behind the documentary Santuario talk about the movement: “We say it all the time but sanctuary is incredibly messy. It's not a solution. It's a waiting period.”
Religious disaffiliation, eschewing of traditions, and shifting expectations all play into the trend.