The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Biden v. Texas affirms that the Biden Administration can end the ill-advised Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” program. This decision, which doesn't automatically end the failed program, paves the way for the Biden Administration to uphold the right of…
Threats to farmworkers, such as fewer worker protections and unsafe working environments, call for new federal policies and investments to protect all workers across the food supply industry, support immigration rights, and transform our agricultural system.
Without access to critical programs like Medicaid and CHIP, many immigrants can’t afford the costly health care needed to treat chronic health conditions, which are often created or exacerbated by the environments they live in.
For the past 25+ years, the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 has barred many struggling immigrant families from basic safety net programs. Fortunately, Congress has an opportunity to end this unjust exclusion with the LIFT the BAR Act.
Black immigrants are too often overlooked in media and left out of important decision-making processes. Community organizations like African Community Housing & Development in Washington state are working hard to bridge the gap.