Jump to navigation
The U.S. and Mexican government’s prioritization of border security over human security has had dire consequences that must be discussed at the UN Summit for Refugees and Migration.
Instead of a “surge” in deportations, the U.S. government should be paying off its imperial debt to Central America.
By issuing tourist and humanitarian visas to migrants, the Mexican government could begin to move past the failures of U.S.-backed border militarization.
The history of Puerto Rican migration to the U.S. shows why the fight for migrant rights must also be a struggle for racial justice.
A new refugee crisis takes shape in Mexico and Central America.
How the Border Patrol’s humanitarian rhetoric only furthers the militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Guatemala-U.S. Migration: Transforming Regions by Susanne Jonas and Nestor Rodríguez explores migration from Guatemala to the United States from the 1970s to the present.
By legitimizing exclusionary border policing regimes in the U.S. and EU, groups like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International contribute to ongoing humanitarian crises