“I am always wearing a mask at work. I only remove it when I’m sleeping.”
“Parati akong naka-maskara sa trabaho. Tinatanggal ko lang ito kapag natutulog ako.”
Just hours after Juan Guaidó declared himself president of Venezuela, hundreds of people gathered outside the consulate in Chicago.
Over 200 Chicagoans marched through Pilsen and Little Village Friday evening during a 90 degree heat wave to call for the abolishment of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
Now it it’s 22nd year, the march is a celebration of dyke, queer, bisexual, transgender, and lesbian resilience.
Families from across Illinois gathered in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood this weekend for the fourth annual Taste of Mexico festival.
Eleven black-and-white, surrealist photographs exploring the mental state of Syrian refugees in Lebanon debuted in Chicago this month.
Photographer Omar Imam speaks about what it means to be a Syrian refugee six years into a conflict that has scattered Syrians across the world.
After living in the United States for 25 years, Aram Han Sifuentes applied to be a citizen this week.
Nearly 40 political cartoonists from Mexico and the United States expressed their views on President Trump’s immigration policy for a new exhibition that opened this week in Chicago.
Chicago’s immigrant communities responded to President Trump’s revised executive order today with an event condemning the new measures.
The Muslim Community Center of Chicago was established in 1969 and is one of the oldest and largest Muslim organizations in the Chicago area.