Will the Hispanic Republicans in Florida continue to drive a wedge that goes against what most Latinos are in support of?
The current system fails more than just immigrants seeking opportunity and fair treatment. It fails all of us by refusing to embrace a future that welcomes diversity and equal access to the American dream.
Romney's short sighted campaign strategy raises serious questions about his character and fitness to be president.
The 2012 Immigrants' List Annual Heroes come from across the country, and work to positively impact policies on immigration. We are grateful for their work and excited to honor their achievements.
This week as communities the world over justly mourn the victims of last year's Tucson's shootings, the violent death of young Torres--one case in a larger pattern--remain barely known.
Favianna's latest feat is helping organize, the first coalition of artists, writers, and filmmakers working to expose the negative effects of SB1070.
I recently interviewed Harry DeMell, an immigration lawyer and member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, about states taking immigration...
With the intellectual weight of Helen Krieble's ideas, a nationwide, pro-immigration movement with conservatives involvement is gaining strength in the states.
One must only observe the harsh effect of Arizona's stagnant economy, the empty fields in Georgia and the potential loss of businesses in Alabama to find why these laws do not work.
Manu Chao is one of the most influential and politically active musicians in the world today. He's a modern day Woody Guthrie for people throughout the world.
We recently learnt that you want the GOP to tone down the anti-immigrant rhetoric; however, we need more than just lip service from you. We would like for federal lawmakers like you to fix the broken immigration system.
I am heading to Alabama to denounce H.B. 56, the state law that undermines the human rights of those without legal status and jeopardizes the ability of their children to attend school.
Estimating the fiscal costs and benefits of unauthorized immigration is very difficult. That doesn't mean it's not worth trying, but FAIR's report is not a serious effort.
A new policy consensus on smarter and fairer enforcement would target violations of the law, not immigrants and their families.
Our detention system locks up thousands of immigrants unnecessarily every year, exposing detainees to brutal and inhumane conditions of confinement at massive costs to American taxpayers.
Contrary to the popular belief that we are swimming in more immigrants than ever, in 1890 14.8 percent of our population was foreign-born compared to today's 12.5 percent. And the number of illegal immigrants is on the decline.