Trump’s Response to Caravans Will Result in More Caravans
RUN FOR THE BORDER
Trump’s Cruelty Doesn’t Stop Migrants Fleeing Deadly Gangs
‘If they do separate us, at least I know we’ll be reunited at some point,’ one mother in Tijuana said. ‘In my country the risks are far worse.’
The MS-13 and Immigration Movie That Trump Needs to See
Cary Fukunaga’s ‘Sin Nombre,’ released in 2009, centers on a teenage girl’s journey from Honduras to the U.S. amid the gang violence of MS-13. It’s more relevant than ever.
My Nicaragua Motorcycle Diary: Racing Through a Revolution
The author discovered that ‘those people’ he had been warned about when he left home were decent, brave, and ready to lay down their lives to build a better future.
Facing Down the Death Squads of Nicaragua
In Nicaragua’s second great uprising, an aging, corrupt leader of the first revolt has become the savage enemy of the new one.
Inside Trump’s Disastrous ‘Secret’ Drug War Plans
At closed-door meetings in Miami, Trump and his generals plotted a muscular military response to violence in Central America. Been there. Done that. It’s a disaster.
Sent Back To The Murder Capitol To Die
The United States helped create the cauldron of cartel and gang violence in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. But it turns its back on those trying to escape.
Why Honduras Needs Our Help
The White House announced a plan this week to screen minors in Honduras for refugee status in the U.S. Here's why the country needs our help so badly.