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Explore Immigration: Names & Faces

 

Haitian men walking across river.

Listen to "The journey of a Haitian migrant" on the Aljazeera podcast, The Take.

 

Warsan Shire, poet

 

Large group of people demonstrating in support of DACA

From family separation to migrant children in detention, from refugee resettlement to pathways to citizenship, for DREAMers and undocumented people, these expert voices continue to champion common-sense, compassionate solutions for a broken immigration system. Meet 18 Immigration advocates & influencers to follow

 

Invisible Americans logo

Special thanks to Carrie Carranza for sharing a digital copy of Invisible Americans.

 

Yehimi Cambrón's Murals for Atlanta's Super Bowl LIII

From the artist's statement on the mural: "I hoped the viewer would invest time reading the courageous statements made by the diverse group of undocumented young adults, during our one-on-one conversations. I recorded the conversations, transcribed them, and selected the phrases I felt captured the resilience and courage demonstrated by each person's story."

 

 

Protesters holding signs supporting Haitian immigrants.

Maica is a Haitian refugee living in the United States. In her own words, she tells her story and pleas for an extension of Temporary Protected Status in the country that has become her home. Read her open letter To Whom it May Concern.

 

Ukranian refugee family walking down road carrying bags

The vast majority of Ukranian refugees are women and children. Listen to NPR report on How one Ukrainian refugee is adjusting to life in the U.S.

 

hundreds of toothpastes and toothbrushes confiscated at the southern border of USA