Who Are the Real Invaders?

by Tom Engelhardt He crossed the border without permission or, as far as I could tell, documentation of any sort. I’m speaking about Donald Trump’s uninvited, unasked-for invasion of my personal space. He’s there daily, often hourly, whether I like… Continue Reading  

What Happens in El Norte Doesn’t Stay in El Norte

by Rebecca Gordon It’s hard to believe that more than four years have passed since the police shot Amílcar Pérez-López a few blocks from my house in San Francisco’s Mission District. He was an immigrant, 20 years old, and his… Continue Reading  

A Political 100-Year Flood: Trump’s Venom Is Nothing New

by Adam Hochschild Along rivers prone to overflowing, people sometimes talk of preparing for a 100-year flood — a dangerous surge of muddy, debris-filled water so overwhelming it appears only once a century. In our political world, we are now… Continue Reading  

The Trump Administration’s Declaration of Inhuman Rights

by Karen J. Greenberg Lately, I’ve been thinking about the Grimms’ fairy tale Hansel and Gretel. Terrified by cruel conditions at home, the brother and sister flee, winding their way, hungry and scared, through unknown woods. There, they encounter an… Continue Reading  

Syrian Survivors of War Deserve Justice, Not Deportation

by Mariam Iskajyan For the thousands of Syrians currently living in the United States through temporary immigration protections, this week is filled with fear and uncertainty. The Trump administration has said that it will determine by August 1st whether it… Continue Reading