Immigration Korner


The real ‘High Crimes And Misdemeanors’ Donald Trump should be impeached for

While Democrats are hard at work trying to cull enough evidence to possibly impeach Donald Trump on that now infamous Ukraine ‘quid pro quo’ event...

African and Caribbean migrants at the U.S. southern border

Often, when one thinks of migrants trying to enter the U.S. through its Southern border with Mexico, the perception is often that those immigrants are largely from Mexico and Central America, especially nations like Honduras and Guatemala.

U.S. migration/rights policies challenged before the United Nations Human Rights Council

When one thinks of complaints to the United Nations Human Rights Council, over human rights, one almost always assumes the accused nations are dictatorial regimes carrying out xenophobic agendas.

In a space of 14 days, two immigrants in U.S. ICE custody are dead

The new fiscal year began Oct. 1, 2019, but in a matter of 14 days, two immigrants in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Enforcement (ICE) have died.

Trump is winning his war to lower immigrant numbers—and census data proves it

Seemingly lost in the deluge of impeachment news coverage recently was the less heralded release of some new data from the U.S. Census’ American Community Survey.

500 ICED in five days

While many have been distracted by the whistleblower’s complaint; Donald Trump’s foot in mouth disease over that Ukraine call; the Democratic congress’ push for an impeachment inquiry and all the latest drama in this bad soap opera we are trapped ...

10 immigration headlines you may have missed while blinking

There is just so much happening on the immigration front under this draconian administration and its cohorts in the Senate weekly that it feels like you miss a lot with just a blink.

Amid the devastation in Abaco, Bahamas, the conversation turns to ‘Illegal Immigration’

It’s hard for many to imagine that illegal immigration is also a problem for some Caribbean nations, including the hurricane devastated northwestern Bahamas.

8 immigration news headlines you may have missed in a week

There’s no denying that when it comes to immigration under the Trump administration, the news cycle is moving at a fast and furious pace.

What every immigrant should know about Trump’s public charge rule

Donald Trump’s Public Charge policy, the latest white nationalist move to turn the U.S. into a gated country welcoming only wealthy and white immigrants in the ‘Make America white Again’ agenda.

10 key facts about America’s growing immigrant population that drives white supremacists batty

While many around the world are still reeling from the fact that a young white man, fueled by hate propagated by White Supremacists and the xenophobic rhetoric of the president of the United States drove hundreds of miles to the ...

Would Trump and his cronies qualify for U.S. citizenship through naturalization?

One of the major points that struck me as I caught some of the Robert Mueller testimony on Wednesday, July 24, 2019, was the number of lies that the special prosecutor said were either told to him or proven to ...

Native Americans, please tell Donald Trump and his merry band of racists to go back where they came from Dear Native American brothers and sisters—and especially Congressmembers Sharice Davids and Deb

Your voices have been Missing In Action this past week in the continued racialization of politics in these United States by the 45th POTUS

Where are the tens of thousands of bad hombres, U.S. ICE?

At least seven days before Sunday, July 14—the promoted start of Donald Trump’s newly touted ICE raids—the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency announced it had arrested 20 “criminal” and immigration violators during a five-day enforcement surge in San Diego, ...

The private companies reaping millions from running ICE detention pens

On Friday morning, July 5, #TrumpHasKidsInCages began trending on Twitter