In a show of racial unity, Latinx artists across Chicago have spent the summer contributing their talents to the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020.
After her husband was deported, Katrina Jabbi moved her family to Gambia to be with him. Then the pandemic happened.
A story of what happens when the undocumented parents and spouses of U.S. citizens are “kidnapped by ICE”
After ICE detained Jesus Alberto “Beto” Lopez Gutierrez on his drive home from camping, one family has banded together to challenge his detention and deportation.
Like thousands of asylum seekers, Abu Omar waits with the uncertainty of whether the U.S. government will accept his asylum application.
Masked activists take on social services titan Heartland Alliance over facilities for migrant children.
The harrowing stories of six asylum seekers who now call Chicago home
Once again, Chicago declines to go along with the Trump administration’s plans to “make America great again.”
The Cook County commissioner also opens up about his flip on the soda tax and why he decided not to take challenge Rahm again.
Also, Tinley Park police release a new image of the Lane Bryant shooting suspect ten years after the tragedy.
Also, parolees can no longer be arrested for being spotted with a gang member in Illinois.
Also, ICE chief singles out Chicago, NYC, SF and Philadelphia as the ‘worst’ sanctuary cities.
Laura Mendoza, 28, worries about what her immigration status means under President Donald Trump.
Practitioners say fear of ICE raids and a lack of access to affordable health care can put undocumented and minority populations at risk.
Legal residents and undocumented immigrants alike are working together to protect themselves from ICE raids.