Immigration

Bonnie Petrie / Texas Public Radio

Several families divided by the Trump administration's family separation policies have reunited in San Antonio before beginning the next stage of their journey.


Torn Apart/Separados

The Torn Apart/Separados digital project aims to geographically map the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy. Torn Apart is an example of the application of digital humanities.

Torn Apart/Separados

On this episode of Fronteras, Roopika Risam, assistant professor of English and faculty fellow for digital library initiatives at Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts, joins us to talk about the impact of the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy.


Ryan Poppe / TPR News

A San Antonio lawmaker is asking that a federal judge in California appoint someone to oversee the reunification of migrant children with their families, who were separated under the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy.


Bob Daemmrich for The Texas Tribune

The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border continues to raise questions about the fate of families currently being detained.


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