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Three Myths of the Unaccompanied Minors Crisis, Debunked

Three Myths of the Unaccompanied Minors Crisis, Debunked

by Julianne Hing on July 1 2014, 10:20AM

Republicans and the Obama administration both deeply misunderstand issues at the heart of the humanitarian situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Topics: Child Migrants, Immigration

North African Refugees Stuck at Intersection of Europe's Hope and Fear

North African Refugees Stuck at Intersection of Europe’s Hope and Fear

by Michelle Chen on May 16 2011, 9:43AM

Europeans cheered the prospect of democracy in the Maghreb. But the revolutions have challenged Europe’s once promising border politics.

Topics: Global Affairs, Global Justice, Immigration

Fashion Photographer Bruce Weber's Moving Portrait of Little Haiti Photo

Fashion Photographer Bruce Weber’s Moving Portrait of Little Haiti

by Jorge Rivas on December 14 2010, 10:04AM

Known for imagining all-American brands, Weber turns his lens to those who have been defined out of Americanness. Jorge Rivas takes a look.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Immigration

Our Iraq War Helped Displace Millions--Who We Now Shut Out

Our Iraq War Helped Displace Millions—Who We Now Shut Out

by Michelle Chen on November 5 2010, 2:37PM

Obama’s new annual cap on refugees may be better than the recent past, but it’s still shameful.

Topics: Global Justice

The Women of Haiti Still in Rubble

The Women of Haiti Still in Rubble

by Michelle Chen on July 12 2010, 9:37AM

Today marks one half year since an earthquake flattened Port-au-Prince. The women of Haiti are still lost in the wreckage. The human rights of women in post-quake Haiti have been a barometer of injustice in the international response to the…

Topics: Haiti, On Gender

More Tent Cities: Haiti Refugee Crisis on the Horizon

by Michelle Chen on January 23 2010, 5:28AM

The Haitian government’s new plan to deal with earthquake refugees seems to follow an old trajectory. Survivors will be pushed into emergency shelter sites scattered outside Port-au-Prince, which will offer a supposedly cleaner, more orderly alternative to the hundreds…

Topics: Global Affairs

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