U.S. Palestinian Community Network’s Souzan Naser on what people need to understand about the recent Israeli airstrikes in Palestine and how to help.
Apna Ghar’s Maha Waseem on how immigrants are particularly vulnerable to domestic violence and what we can do to support survivors.
Watch the director and cast of Code-Switched discuss their hit indie show about five South Asian friends in an exclusive event.
Alderman Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez representing Chicago’s 33rd Ward speaks about Chicago as a Sanctuary City and it’s new Welcoming City Ordinance, which provides expanded protections to immigrants.
Borderless Magazine habla con Evelyn Vargas de la Unión Latina de Chicago sobre los derechos de trabajadores inmigrantes durante la pandemia de COVID-19.
Less than a day after voting polls closed, immigrant community members rallied in downtown Chicago to defend the election.
About 15 Rohingya Refugees gathered at Warren Park to vote for the first time after being denied that right in their native Myanmar.
Guatemalan immigrant storyteller Nestor Gomez shares his experiences as an Uber and Lyft driver in his new book, “Your Driver Has Arrived.”
Illinois Migrant Council’s Miguel Sarmiento answers questions about migrant farmworker’s rights to salary, benefits, and protection during COVID.
شرحت الأكاديميّة والناشطة كارمن جحا الأزمة الاقتصادية والسياسية في لبنان وكيفَ تعامَل الشباب اللبناني مع دعوات الثورة.
Academic and activist Carmen Geha explains Lebanon’s economic meltdown and how the Lebanese diaspora has taken up the call for revolution.
The National Association of Immigration Judges’ Samuel Cole talks about a Trump administration rule that he says muzzles judges.
Azucar is a popular gathering place for immigrants looking for a taste of home.
Women’s March Illinois organizers hosted a candlelight vigil in downtown Chicago on April 13 to show solidarity with Syrians who have been displaced or suffered because of the civil war in that country.