immigrants

identity-rights

The Latest Dream Act Excludes Young Immigrants Who Aren’t Perfect

In a little noticed tweak, minor offenses such as underage drinking or shoplifting could lead to people being deported, critics warned.
Eli Hager
6.17.19
Food

Ligaya Mishan Is a Different Kind of Food Critic

Even beyond her New York Times column that focuses on immigrant foods, Mishan has emerged as an activist voice for Asian-Americans.
Mitchell Kuga
12.3.18
Munchies

A Culinary Program in El Salvador Is Giving At-Risk Youths a Reason to Stay

Gastromotiva trains young Salvadorans in culinary and life skills to provide them with better work opportunities and alternatives to migration.
Anna-Cat Brigida
11.20.18
midterms

Why It Matters That First-Generation American Women Won Office

“We are an inspiration to our communities, but more importantly, we are the only people we can trust to fight on behalf of our communities.”
Kimberly Lawson
11.7.18
school

These Schools Are Taking Action to Keep ICE Out of the Classroom

Some loudly proclaim their "sanctuary" status. Others just quietly try to help kids learn how to avoid the feds.
Sonja Sharp
10.2.18
immigration

This Group of Women Ended ICE Detention in Atlanta

“It was driven by a such a diverse group of women … committed to justice and human rights. When it comes to moral issues, women are quite frankly so much more courageous than men.”
Kimberly Lawson
9.14.18
Restaurants

San Francisco's Besharam Serves Up Desi Nostalgia for Immigrant Kids

Chef Heena Patel masterfully created a space where young people of color can find community, rebellion, and the food that tastes like home.
Ikya Kandula
7.10.18
Munchies

This 6-Year-Old’s Lemonade Stand Raised $13,000 for Separated Immigrant Children

When life gives you lemons, raise a ton of money for immigrants.
Ian Burke
6.28.18
movies

'Coming to America' Was the Immigrant Story My Family Needed

The 1988 comedy became my family's favorite movie because it reminded us of our struggle to succeed in the United States.
Irina Gonzalez
6.26.18
CHEFS

José Andrés Thinks Olives Are a Trojan Horse

The legendary chef opens up about humanitarianism, his motivation, and how olives make him feel like an American.
Ximena N. Larkin
6.4.18
crime

Maryland Police Officer Charged for Pouring Beer Down Man's Shirt After Writing Ticket

The officer was wearing a body camera but turned it off before grabbing the man by the collar and dousing him in beer.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.24.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump's lawyer admits paying porn star, Israeli police want Netanyahu indicted, ICE lawyer charged in identity theft scheme, and more.
VICE Staff
2.14.18
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