Co-published with RevealFemale agents are so rare in the U.S. Border Patrol that they have their own nickname: the Fearless 5%. It’s meant as a badge of honor, but the title is a bold admission of the

Co-published with In These TimesThe essential workers who fought for their lives during the pandemic are now fighting for a union.

Co-published with The Washington Post. It shouldn’t be so hard to differentiate between law-abiding U.S. citizens and wanted criminals.

Co-published with KPBS. Tens of thousands of Tijuana residents are scrambling to get proof of vaccination as the U.S. finally lifts a COVID-19-era restriction on non-essential border crossings.

Co-published with The NationMy generation is more outspoken—about inequality, assimilation, racism, and more—than those that came before.

Co-published with KPBS. DACA recipients, or Dreamers as they’ve come to be known, have been left in limbo amid the pandemic and the Trump administration's actions to end DACA.

Co-published with The Nation. In the Haitian Creole language, “Gwo Fanm” means “Big Woman,” a woman who shoulders more than their fair share of burdens in this life.

Co-published with Poetry Magazine. Our executive director Alissa Quart writes on why (and how) we should try more inventive, non-standard ways of presenting the truth, like documentary poetry.

Co-published with Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The number of asylum seekers living in Matamoros, Mexico, has grown to more than 2,000 over the past 2 months. Despite infrastructure improvements, refugees face a new challenge: winter.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksThe Trump administration’s plan to terminate the Temporary Protected Status program, if successful, will separate more than a quarter million citizen children from their immigrant parents.

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.

Co-published with The American Prospect. Diseases don’t respect borders, nor do they care about passports, citizenship, or residency.

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