Why do we forgive him so much more easily than migrants today?
The No More Deaths volunteers were imitating the logic of the incarnation.
What does it do to the body and spirit to be preyed upon constantly?
Shouting against injustice is harder than lamenting it from afar. But it gets easier.
Hundreds of people awaiting deportation hearings would have been incarcerated in Elkhart County, Indiana.
We thought we had a good plan, but the lawyer said it might not work.
Fixing our immigration system will take time. A path to citizenship for the Dreamers is a good way to begin.
Lauren Markham documents the bravery of two migrant brothers from El Salvador—and their mistakes, too.
There are 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. The administration has to somehow prioritize who is slated for deportation.
Life in limbo for an immigrant teen
U.S. immigration policy has long used the imposition of trauma and the dynamics of fear as weapons.
A lack of ID caused problems for immigrants—as well as for the police who encountered them. Through a series of dialogues, a solution emerged.
Last year, the U.S. took thousands of "family units" into custody at the southern border. Nearly every woman cites violence as the reason she fled.
When the ICE agents left, Francisco Aguirre’s supporters called Augustana Lutheran. The church had been preparing for years to take the call.
In a caravan of 45 people, mostly mothers looking for their disappeared children, Santos del Socorro Rojas was one of the lucky ones.