Immigration

Scared to Death: Immigrants in Need of Health Care Face Perilous Choices

Scared to Death: Immigrants in Need of Health Care Face Perilous Choices

Eric Pape

FEATURES

Co-published with Capital & Main and Truthout. Undocumented immigrants fear that seeking medical care will get them kicked out of the country. One woman’s story shows the impact can prove deadly.

In This Teen Book Club, “The Outsiders” Leads to Talk of Boys and ICE

In This Teen Book Club, “The Outsiders” Leads to Talk of Boys and ICE

Donnell Alexander

FEATURES

Co-published with BrightThe political divide between these conservative kids and their immigrant friends disappears through frank conversation and a shared love of literature.

Till Travel Ban Do Us Part: One Couple’s Story From Across Donald Trump’s Divide

Till Travel Ban Do Us Part: One Couple’s Story From Across Donald Trump’s Divide

Kholood Eid and Alice Martins

NEWS | PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Refinery29. How one family stays together when President Trump's Muslim Ban is keeping them apart. 

Fighting Trumpism in GOP Country

Fighting Trumpism in GOP Country

Sarah Jaffe

NEWS

Co-Published with The Nation. The Workers’ Project in Indiana has been uniting undocumented immigrants with white union workers since long before Trump hit the campaign trail.

The Next Stop for Detained Immigrant Families

The Next Stop for Detained Immigrant Families

Black Box

PHOTOGRAPHY | NEWS

Co-published with NarrativelyAfter they are released from the largest detention center in the country, immigrant families find a lifeline in a modest San Antonio home.

The Nation’s Largest Immigration Detention Center

The Nation’s Largest Immigration Detention Center

Black Box

PHOTOGRAPHY | NEWS

Co-published with The New York TimesWelcome to Dilley, Texas, the small town that's at the heart of the national immigration debate.

When Doctors Took ‘Family Planning’ Into Their Own Hands

When Doctors Took ‘Family Planning’ Into Their Own Hands

Marcela Valdes

NEWS

Co-published with The New York Times Magazine. In 1975, 10 women filed a class-action lawsuit claiming that a Los Angeles medical center was systematically sterilizing Spanish-speaking mothers.

Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis

Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis

Joseph Rodriguez

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The New York TimesPuerto Rico's growing debt is causing the population to migrate en masse in search of better opportunities. But what about those who can't leave?

An Immigrant Mother's Struggle

An Immigrant Mother's Struggle

Alice Proujansky

PHOTOGRAPHY

David Rosenberg writes on Slate's Behold blog about Alice Proujansky getting to know Guido and Blanca while shooting "Class Struggles". 

Class Struggles

Class Struggles

Alissa Quart

FEATURE | PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Pacific Standard. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. School choice is tough for even the savviest parent. For immigrants, it can be hell.

Who Takes Care of the Nanny’s Kids?

Who Takes Care of the Nanny’s Kids?

Alissa Quart

FEATURE | PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The Nation with support from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. When only US wages can support families in the Global South, parents and children divide to survive.