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“Formed in Los Angeles by refugees fleeing US-backed violence in El Salvador, MS-13 has wreaked havoc in Central America.”
In Australia, some 30,000 people live in a state of legal uncertainty crafted by politicians.
After covering the plights of refugees around the world as a journalist, Bryan Mealer finds himself a refugee, fleeing New York City for his childhood home of west Texas — where his great-grandmother and her oldest daughter died in the influenza epidemic of 1918.
The heart-warming story of Holocaust survivors David Wisnia and Helen Spitzer, young lovers at Auschwitz, who got to meet one last time before she died at 100 last year. At the meeting, “Zippi,” as she was known then, revealed she’d used her position as a privileged inmate and a graphic designer at the camp five […]
In this personal essay, a visit to Auschwitz makes Eliza Margarita Bates only more determined to have a baby, despite her painful chronic illness.
“Like, wow. This is another family I have found.”
Wars and heightened border security have created a humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean.
In this reported personal essay, Yifat Susskind reflects on what is revealed when we look at borders — and the violence and destructive policies that surround them — from the perspective of mothers.
When a refugee flees to another country and claims asylum, she is, in effect, petitioning the state to listen to her story.