Posts Tagged: immigration
Immigration reform must address not only who is coming over the border to work but why they are doing it.
Migrant workers form the fifth largest country in the world and produce profits equal to the third largest corporation. They should be at the center of any reform of the global economy.
Two radical artists have set up an immigration agency, a political consulting firm, a Ponzi scheme for marketing contemporary art, and seven other enterprises. Welcome to the mock entrepreneurial art of Société Réaliste.
David Bacon's Illegal People illustrates how current immigration laws hurt citizens and legal immigrants as well as the undocumented immigrants whom the laws target.
Turkish journalist Tan Morgul discusses Turkey's Kurdish population, and describes a new Turkey born of changes in politics and regional immigration.
E. Ethelbert Miller talks with Edwidge Danticat about her new memoir, U.S. immigration law, and U.S.-Haitian relations.
The grassroots transfer of money from North to South can be a powerful tool of cross-border organizing.
NAFTA is not just about free trade any more. As columnist Laura Carlsen explains, NAFTA has a new and ominous punch as well.
Most undocumented workers come from a region heavily influenced by U.S. foreign policy. It's not a coincidence.
This op-ed ran in the Baltimore Sun on June 30, 2006.