The community of Lāhainā recruits volunteer translators to help immigrants impacted by the wildfires.
Many contemporary authors are inspired to explore the themes of immigration. Often drawing from their own experiences, they write about meeting different kinds of people and reconciling the past with the future.
In the wake of a tragic fire, migrants rally to end the suffering caused by detention centers.
Celia Cruz, a Cuban American Salsa legend, continues to make her mark on American History.
Due to severe political and economic instability in Haiti, the Department of Homeland Security will allow thousands of Haitian immigrants to remain in the US for longer periods of time.
Meet Valya, a 17-year-old Ukrainian refugee who, after months of uncertainty, has finally been admitted into the UK.
Japan is taking huge strides to aid Ukrainian refugees, which could lead to policy changes in the future.
Read about the waves of immigration in the United States and why people chose this country to start new lives in.
Former field hospital beds are being repurposed for Ukrainian refugees in Wales, an effort that allows more families to stay together. Read about the impact this immigration has had on the Welsh population and child bed poverty.
Read about how new legislation impacts Ukrainian immigrants living in the US.
This New York bookstore fills its shelves with immigrant voices.
Read about the extraordinary life of Ping-Hua Lee, who not only fought for women’s suffrage, but also the rights of fellow Chinese American immigrants.
Read about how one choir director set immigrant poetry to music, with the proceeds benefitting charity.
Technology is being used to help preserve languages, such as Chickasaw, that have seen a drastic reduction in usage.
Freedom of religion has brought many immigrants to the United States. This article traverses the complex and largely unacknowledged historical struggle for religious tolerance in the United States.
This graphic novel-inspired illustration takes an honest yet humorous look at the process of legal immigration. Click on the image to enlarge it and view details.
|Castle Garden, originally a Revolutionary Era fort, was repurposed into an amusement park for fashionable New Yorkers in the late 1800s. Then it became the nation’s first immigrant welcome center. Read this short feature to discover how.|
In an important U.S. immigration law milestone, Wong Kim Ark sued the U.S. government to recognize birthright citizenship for children of immigrants. Read the remarkable story here.
The process of becoming a U.S. citizen has undergone many changes over 200 years. This detailed timeline tells the story.
Read about how ethnic media has provided a link between immigrants’ old countries and their new homes in the United States throughout history.