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#BringThemHome Campaign Reunites Families at the Border (Photo Essay)

Steve Pavey - National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA)

As the Obama Administration approaches its two-millionth deportation, the National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) launches its campaign #BringThemHome to empower families on both sides of the border to reunite.


NACLA Collaborates with Ani Cordero for her Album Tour of Recordar

In April of this year, NACLA will be collaborating with Brooklyn-based singer Ani Cordero as she tours in support of her album Recordar—an album of Latin American protest songs from the 1930s-70s, co-produced with Os Mutantes' Sérgio Dias. 

Bring Them Home" Undocumented Activism: Week One in Otay

Diana Bryson Barnes
Recent undocumented immigrant action "Bring Them Home Otay" aims for family reunification and led to the well-publicized detention of 30 asylum seekers.

Resurgent Chilean Social Movements Advance Cross-Border Solidarity

Emily Achtenberg

Even as they continue to shape the domestic political agenda, Chile's resurgent social movements are mobilizing to build cross-border solidarity, pressuring newly-elected President Michelle Bachelet to ally with other leftist governments in the region.

Fair FMLN Presidential Victory in El Salvador (Interview with Election Observer Richard Hobbs)

Ramiro Funez

After ARENA's accusations of fraud in the El Salvador presidential election, Ramiro Fúnez talks with an international election observer who state that "these elections were as clean and transparent as they could possibly be."

Venezuelan Community Pie Del Tiro Explains Opposition Violence (Video)


Community members of Pie del Tiro in Mérida maintain a watch in their streets a day after barricades set up by opposition protesters had been cleared. “They [the protesters] rob us…they charge us a toll to cross the barricades.”

Border Patrol Agents Train for War on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Todd Miller
A scathing report on the U.S. Border Patrol's use of deadly force reveals warzone conditions—the result of more than 25 years of Mexico-U.S. border militarization.


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