“We Can’t Go Back to the Shadows”: Six Dreamers Tell Their Stories
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“We Can’t Go Back to the Shadows”: Six Dreamers Tell Their Stories

Last September, the Trump administration announced it would rescind the protections granted by DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals—an Obama-era program that shielded from deportation undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children. Though the action was quickly challenged by several federal lawsuits, there has been no clear resolution, leaving more than 700,000 DACA recipients and their families in limbo. Continue reading

Following a Refugee Family’s Long Journey to U.S. Citizenship
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Following a Refugee Family’s Long Journey to U.S. Citizenship

Almost instantly, the king of Bhutan pushed out one-sixth of the small Buddhist country’s population. The Drukpas, the Buddhist elite, and the Hindu Lhotshampa had peacefully coexisted until 1989, when the king introduced his “One Nation, One People” policy. The measure required all Bhutanese to accept Drukpa social norms — how they ate, dressed and even talked. Continue reading