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The Dream 9, One Year Later

The Dream 9, One Year Later

by Aura Bogado on July 22 2014, 7:00AM

We check in with three of the nine people who made headlines when they reentered the U.S. to ask for asylum.

Topics: Immigration

Asylum Seekers Demand Release from El Paso Detention

Asylum Seekers Demand Release from El Paso Detention

by Aura Bogado on May 8 2014, 7:00AM

Even after establishing credible fear, detainees remain in custody.

Topics: Immigration

Watch DREAMers Come Back Home

Watch DREAMers Come Back Home

by Aura Bogado on March 10 2014, 2:07PM

Two live streams are airing both sides of another historic border crossing.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Immigrants Begin Protest Inside El Paso Detention Center

Immigrants Begin Protest Inside El Paso Detention Center

by Aura Bogado on December 3 2013, 2:05PM

Up to 40 asylum seekers at the El Paso Processing Center are demanding their release.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Meet a 16-Year-Old Coming Home with the Dream 30

Meet a 16-Year-Old Coming Home with the Dream 30

by Aura Bogado on September 27 2013, 9:00AM

Have dreams. Will travel.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

The Dream 9 Come Home

The Dream 9 Come Home

by Aura Bogado on August 8 2013, 9:02AM

The nine transnational activists were released from detention, and are all headed back to their communities in the US.

Topics: Dream 9, /NOW

Seven of the Dream 9 Establish Credible Fear for Asylum

Seven of the Dream 9 Establish Credible Fear for Asylum

by Aura Bogado on August 6 2013, 11:30AM

Supporters are pleased, but still working to release the activists from detention.

Topics: Dream 9, /NOW

Asylum System May Open Door for Femicide Survivors

Asylum System May Open Door for Femicide Survivors

by Michelle Chen on July 21 2010, 9:02AM

A narrow window to humanitarian relief could be opening in the for survivors of femicide in the U.S. asylum system.

Topics: Global Affairs, On Gender

UK Says Gay Asylum Seekers Can Come Out of the Closet

UK Says Gay Asylum Seekers Can Come Out of the Closet

by Michelle Chen on July 9 2010, 4:45PM

The UK Supreme Court struck down a draconian policy of questioning LGBT asylum seekers on whether they might avoid persecution back home by hiding their sexuality.

Topics: On Gender

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