Total 11 Posts

Alicia's Poem

Alicia, who's currently in detention and separated from her children, expresses her grief and isolation in this poem.

Putting Ourselves In The Shoes Of Asylum Seekers

A former child refugee reflects on how she pays it forward and invites us to rethink our perspectives on migration *“Days, weeks, a month, hand in hand.* We go sick, without eating, without drinking, without sleeping, Or when we speak, we do so crying, Because there is nothing left for

Loveable Little Lelo

A poem from a detained father to his son Photo Credit: Tim Mossholder on UnSplash It is a pleasure to share my poem with *IMM Print. *I hope my poem will make many others smiling, motivated, and encouraged. For me and my son it will be always a wonderful memory.

Only Words

A Poem by William Lopez *TW: Deportation Violence* August 1, 2017 Many community members rallied at the airport to protest the deportation of a loved and valued mujer from a county in the Midwestern U.S. Her deportation is one of the 400,000 that occur every year, with each

I Still Have Your Luggage Tag

by William Lopez Photo Credit: Celena Lopez On May 24th, 2017, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided a local Ann Arbor restaurant* next to the University of Michigan campus. ICE agents went in with a warrant for single man, but arrested three to five others, including a Legal Permanent Resident.

Refugiado / Refugee

Poetry by Ana M. Fores Tomayo The Border Fence Two years ago on World Refugee Day, I published a very personal essay about my status as a refugee child, back then, yet what it is like now for refugees and asylum seekers. Today, I publish my own poem — in its