In this children's book, Honduran Oriel Maria Siu explores the drama of migration from an empowering perspective for children.
Director Fernanda Valadez makes her debut with a drama about the drug-controlled "Parallel State" and trafficking on the border that has critics excited.
It could be 2032 or the year after this election. Paola Mendoza and Abby Sher's migrant dystopia is a brilliant call to action that is both heartbreaking and current.
Right-wing extremists are using environmentalism to spread xenophobic and anti-immigrant discourse. Is it catching on in the United States?
From Migrant Journal to Nansen Magazine, both offer a twist on the meaning of "migrant" beyond the clichés.
The federal government could face one of the biggest demands of its mandate for denying financial support to citizens married to an undocumented migrant.
In "Lina de Lima" (2019), Chilean director María Paz González tells the story of a Peruvian domestic worker in Chile in the style of a musical comedy.
The Mexican Juan Pablo Villalobos explores in “La invasión del pueblo del espíritu” how identity discourses are the opposite of living in a community. Are we alone?
With an unemployment rate of barely 2%, a paradox can be seen in Guatemala: Can a country be an economic "paradise" on paper and a living hell at the same time?
From Yuri Herrera to the activist Gloria Anzaldúa, what is the border experience really like?
Today a new regulation goes into effect to restrict visas to pregnant women who fly to the U.S. and thus prevent them from giving birth in the country. Is this an unconstitutional measure?
The Global Forum on Migration and Development will be discussing how to improve the capacity of countries to receive migrants, especially Venezuelan migration.
Two years after the Parole program was suspended under strange circumstances, the U.S. does not respond to the thousands of Cubans waiting a visa for their families.
What do Mexico and U.S. have in common besides a border? The Latinx identities and the migration experience are the core of the sixth Lit-Luz Festival of Chicago.
According to estimates of the UN Refugee Agency, more than 4 million Venezuelans are living abroad after fleeing violence, insecurity and lack of food, medicine, and essential services.
Según estimaciones de la Agencia de la ONU para los Refugiados, más de 4 millones de venezolanos se encuentran viviendo en el exterior tras haber huido del país.
The disappearance of two buses with around 100 migrants en route to the U.S. was reported on Nov. 3.
América Latina se enfrenta a una crisis migratoria de una magnitud nunca antes vista a causa de las políticas del gobierno venezolano.
Latin America faces a migration crisis never seen before, caused by Venezuelan government policies.
La autora cubanoamericana Alexandra Díaz ofrece una ventana al viaje migratorio de niños desde América Central con su novela, ‘The Only Road’.
Cuban-American author Alexandra Diaz provides a window into the migrant journey of children from Central America with her award-winning novel for middle grades, “The Only Road.”
Roraima, one of the poorest states of Brazil, has received nearly 50,000 Venezuelans which has significantly elevated demands on regional public services.
Some 22,858 migrants arrived in Spain in the first six months of 2018.
An important report in the United States has shown that Climate Change is getting worse, and this week we could be the only country to be left outside the international collaboration to do something about it.
As part of an effort to curb prison violence, the leftist government has imposed a militarized administration in roughly half of Venezuela's penal institutions. US Vice President Mike Pence said Monday in Cartagena, Colombia, that Venezuela is a failed state that threatens the security and prosperity of the entire hemisphere.