Qué hacer si eres detenido por oficiales de Inmigración
by Liliana Caracoza
Información rapida sobre tus derechos como persona no ciudadana. Read in English
Mar 18, 2013
5 things you should know about the new immigration bill
by Sara McCaslin
The new immigration reform bill is finally here—so what does it actually say? See the full infographic after the jump.
Apr 17, 2013
May Day marchers turn out in force to sway immigration reform
by Ian Terry
On the eve of big May Day protests that stayed (mostly) peaceful, The Globalist interviewed organizer Jorge Quiroga about the proposed immigration reform bill and the state of activism today.
May 1, 2013
News Roundup – Diversity in Tukwila, Soda Diplomacy and an Endless War on Terror
by Alex Stonehill
(Photo by Erika Schultz/THE SEATTLE TIMES ) Diversity Means Opportunity in Tukwila – From Somalis to Bosnians to Nepalis, Seattle Times photographer Erika Schultz put together a brilliant photographic tour of diverse immigrant communities in Tukwila.
May 21, 2013
What the heck is happening in Turkey?
by Bryan Cohen
A small cadre of Turkish Seattleites are organizing support for escalating protests they say are about saving democracy in Turkey.
Jun 5, 2013
6 farmers market alternatives for a diverse Seattle
by Anna Goren
Seattle has a farmers market scene that would make any green citizen proud. So why are there only white people there?
Jun 18, 2013
Parents just don’t understand: The immigrant youth experience
by Yodit Gaim
Caught between worlds, first generation immigrants from around the globe find community in their alienation.
Jun 19, 2013
State Department to pull controversial anti-terrorism ad campaign
by Alex Stonehill
Following a huge community backlash, the Joint Terrorism Task Force is abruptly ending a “Faces of Global Terrorism” ad campaign piloted in Seattle this month.
Jun 25, 2013
Too young to make a difference? Eddy Martinez doesn’t think so
by Maha Jahshan
For years, young people have been hearing: “You are too young to make a difference."
Aug 22, 2013
Bank restrictions threaten Somalia’s remittance lifeline
by Sarah Stuteville
Immigrants in the Northwest send millions of dollars to relatives Somalia every year. But international banks backpedalling from anti-terrorism laws could cut off the flow.
Sep 13, 2013
Washington volunteer finds grief and solace in Mexican Border town
by Madeline McClure
Nearly half a million people are deported from the U.S. every year. Some end up here, at the tiny Migrant Resource Center in Agua Prieta, Mexico.
Nov 20, 2013
Dark voices from Seattle’s immigration past
by Sarah Stuteville
Local artist Morgan Dusatko’s experimental audio tour of Seattle’s old INS building offers a chilling, emotional journey through a facility where thousands of immigrants were once detained.
Dec 6, 2013
Seattle’s Smartest Global Women: Sahar Fathi
by Hannah Lu Marie
A international lawyer turned policy analyst, Sahar Fathi, is a powerhouse of social change on a mission to shakeup how city policy is made.
Jan 16, 2014
Muslim Americans flex muscle in Olympia, press for minority rights
by Atia Musazay
Hundreds of Muslims from around Washington gathered at the state capitol Monday with clear messages for their legislators.
Jan 21, 2014
The 12th man has new arrivals to Seattle feeling right at home
by Ruchika Tulshyan
How the American football made me feel less foreign.
Jan 31, 2014
No Place Like Home: Apartheid in the Emerald City
by Steven Johng
White Seattle fancies itself a bastion of multiculturalist progress. Is there something else lurking beneath the surface?
Feb 12, 2014
Who’s picking your produce?
by Rebecca Randall
Washington native Seth Holmes spent five years conducting research farm workers in Skagit Valley berry farms and found a disturbing pattern of "normalized" abuse.
Feb 24, 2014
Showdown in Tacoma blocks deportations
by Christina Twu
50 protesters locked down in front of the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma yesterday in what they promised would be the first of many direct actions to block deportations.
Feb 25, 2014
Frustrated with regulations, UW international students turn to illegal work
by Rebecca Yeung
With international student populations at UW increasing every year, more and more are working under the table to make ends meet.
Mar 18, 2014