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Immigration

May 4, 2021

A Team of Refugees Had a Plan to Fight COVID-19 in Georgia’s Most Diverse County. It’s Working.

(ATLANTA) – It would be hard to miss the large white truck with the giant black and yellow logo shuttling […]

Makeshift campsite on Anguilla Cay where three Cuban migrants were stranded for 33 days [Credit: USCG 7th District]

February 22, 2021

Coast Guard Rescues Cubans Stranded At Sea For More Than A Month

(MIAMI) — Lieutenants Justin Doughtery and Riley Beecher may not think of themselves as heroes, but to three Cuban nationals, […]

Tricia Fleishman and her son, Joshua, stand among colorful fabrics at their fabric store, Fleishman Fabrics, located on historic Fabric Row.

December 11, 2020

Resilience is Woven into Philly’s Fabric Row

A historic section of Philadelphia known as a central point for business and commerce for over a century, South Fourth Street’s Fabric Row contains only seven fabric stores today. According to one source, there were around 25 fabric stores on Fourth Street in 1950. As the row has changed, so too have the fabric store owners and new small business owners looking to earn a living.

Activist holds document.

October 26, 2020

‘We’re Going to Fight Fire with Fire’: A DREAMer on His Legal Fight With Trump

Local activist and DREAMer, Cesar Espinosa, talks about a class action lawsuit his organization filed against the Trump administration regarding DACA applications.

food processing plant

October 19, 2020

Study: Latino Farm and Food Workers Shoulder Unfair Burden of COVID-19

Over half of Harris County food production workers are immigrants, but these essential workers don’t get half the help they need and deserve, a Center for Public Integrity analysis finds.