Aria Alamalhodaei interviews Anna Feigenbaum about airborne politics, the use of tear gas as border control, and what resistance to nonlethal weapons looks like.
Books that contextualize migration crises rooted in the violence of capitalism, legacies of colonialism, and racist state narratives.
In this compact, printable history, Felice Batlan traces the development of US immigration restrictions from the mid-nineteenth through the mid-twentieth century.
At the heart of Glasgow's unfolding humanitarian crisis for asylum seekers is a system that rewards profit at the cost of humanity, argues Rosa Dee.
If the abolition of ICE is to be more than symbolic, it must include the abolition of local police departments.
Comparisons between Trump's border regime and the Nazi genocide often obscure more than they reveal about white supremacy, past and present.
Óscar Martínez considers why Central American migrants will not stop seeking a way into the trap of the United States.
The refugees, migrants, sans-papiers, and people in solidarity occupying Paris-8 University to demand documents and housing for all denounce the manipulations of the French state.
In addition to the newfound sympathy for the Windrush generation, we should remember that ‘illegal immigrants’ are our kin, especially if we are to challenge the racism at the heart of the ‘hostile environment’.
U.S. immigration policy during the Trump presidency and in the years beyond could be outrageous and appalling, but it’s not new.