Category: IMMIGRANT STORIES

Coast Guard Search Fails to Locate 10 Cuban Migrants Lost at Sea

Originally Published in The New York Times Frances Robles - May 27, 2021 A search the size of Hawaii took place after eight people were rescued and two were found dead about 18 miles southwest of Key West, Fla., ...

A ‘Dreamer’ and attorney, she returned to Mexico after 30 years to find ‘heartbreak’ at the border

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Kate Morrissey - May 23, 2021 On her last day in Mexico, Dulce Garcia and her brother, Edgar Garcia, visited the border barrier in Playas, the M ...

Mother of Army officer returns to United States and family following deportation

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Timesw Kate Morrissey - May 21, 2021 Rocio Rebollar Gomez waits for her name to be called out so she can travel to the United States to see her family. (Alejandro Tamayo ...

Mazie Hirono’s journey from poor immigrant to U.S. senator

Originally Published in The Washington Post Linda Killian - May 21, 2021 From left, Democratic Sens. Tammy Duckworth (Ill.), Charles E. Schumer (N.Y.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Mazie Hirono (Hawaii) hea ...

Parents of 391 migrant children separated at border under Trump still have not been found, court filing says

Originally Published in CNN Priscilla Alvarez - May 19, 2021 (CNN) Attorneys are still trying to reach the parents of 391 migrant children who had been separated at the US-Mexico border under the Trump administrati ...

She couldn’t eradicate anti-Asian hate crimes. So she made a handbook on how to fight them

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Any Do - April 25, 2021 ‘How to Report a Hate Crime’ comes in languages including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese, with specific versions for L.A. and ...

For Migrant Children in Federal Care, a ‘Sense of Desperation’

Originally Published in The New York Times Eileen Sullivan - May 18, 2021 Interviews and a Times review showed a shelter system with wildly varying conditions, some of which are far below the standard that the Bi ...

They Live in the U.S., but They’re Not Allowed to Come Home

Originally Published in The New York Times Aishvarya Kavi - May 17, 2021 Thousands of immigrants who live in the United States on temporary visas and traveled to India in recent weeks have been stranded there und ...

Uncovering the History of America’s First Koreatown

Originally Published in The New York Times Jill Cowan - May 14, 2021 Friday: A Korean-American professor discusses the most gratifying research of his career, into Riverside’s Pachappa Camp. ...

‘All Our Opportunity Was Taken Away’: Sanctuary Family Slowly Restarts Life

Originally Published in NPR Laura Benshoff - May 13, 2021 After more than two years living in churches to avoid deportation to Jamaica, Clive and Oneita Thompson noticed some basic life skills had deteriorated. ...

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