Borderless Magazine’s most popular stories of 2020 include immigration stories about labor, racism, and the COVID-19 pandemic in the Midwest.
The 37-year-old artist explains the power of art in the migrant movement and why he’s always laughing.
Jesús “El Caracol” Tavizón Rodríguez le ha proporcionado comida y sustento a miles de inmigrantes en su albergue en Ciudad Juárez, México los últimos 20 años.
How the coronavirus pandemic is straining immigration court and detention systems in the Midwest.
After fleeing conflict, young Africans who come to Chicago find themselves navigating a city struggling with racism, inequity and violence. Here are three of their stories.