Jun 29, 2022
Frances Kelley, Shreveport Coordinator for the Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention (LA-AID), tells us more about LA-AID, the services it provides, and the importance of taking a long view of immigration in the U.S. Part two of a two-episode special.
Jun 22, 2022
Frances Kelley, Shreveport Coordinator for the Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention (LA-AID), dissects the stunning problem of immigrant detention in the U.S., the lesser-known problem of the chaotic detainee release process, and where an all-volunteer community organization fits in. Part one of a two-episode...
Jun 15, 2022
As DACA reaches its first decade, we hear from Andrea Tecpoyotl, a young DACA activist, about what it's like to live with the program: its promise as well as its frustrations.
Jun 8, 2022
Austin Kocher, Research Assistant Professor with the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University, takes us inside the Clearinghouse's use of the Freedom of Information Act to access federal datasets, and what such data can tell us about the state of immigration.
Jun 1, 2022
Valerie Lacarte, Senior Policy Analyst with the Migration Policy Institute's Human Services Initiative, takes us inside her research on trends in Black immigration to the U.S.—and the lessons it holds for all of us.