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Mateo’s Story / La Historia de Mateo

Watch and share this short film about a family’s separation at the U.S.-Mexico border José with his family. Photo Source: Alex Mensing on Facebook In November, Border Patrol officials forcibly separated José Demar Fuentes, 30, and his one-year-old son Mateo when they turned themselves in at the

Sign this Petition: Grant Asylum to Mamun Alam!

Mamun has been detained in Florida and Texas for over three years Photo Source: Change.org Please sign this petition to Will Hurd at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS): Please grant asylum for Mr. Mamun Alam who is currently being held at the South Texas Detention Facility. He has

La Caravana de los Mutilados: What the Beast Has Wrought

by Joseph Sorrentino Members of La Caravana de los Mutilados protest in Mexico City I spent six weeks in Mexico in 2015, investigating the effects of *Plan Frontera Sur*, the Mexican program supposedly designed to keep Central Americans migrating through that country safe. All it really did was stop them

Support the Release of Two Trans Women!

#EndTransDetention Free Sophia and Abigail Artwork by Micah Bizant from #TransLiberationTuesday https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/support-the-release-of-four-trans-women UPDATE: On Monday, January 22, Emily won her case and is currently adjusting to being in the United States.  We are continuing to support Sophia and Abigail who are still in Otay Mesa

Urgent Action: Border Officials Forcibly Separate Families

Four asylum-seeking fathers have been separated from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Sign the petition, call and write to CBP and ICE to demand their release and family reunification! José Demar Fuentes, 30, and his son Mateo. Photo Credit: Pueblo sin Fronteras From Amnesty International: US border

Stand by or Cry? Everybody can redeem themselves, even dogs

J. is an LGBT asylum seeker from Namibia currently detained in California “Boy with his dog,” by Louise Nienaber (2011). Charcoal and pastel on Fabriano. Source: SketchedOut I come from the Kavango tribe. It is an agricultural and fishing tribe settled along the Kavango river in what is today northeastern