“Mexico is With You”: Solidarity From Students to the Migrant Caravan
Mexican middle school students wrote letters in solidarity to the migrant caravan. These letters were delivered and read aloud at an assembly of migrants in Mexico City.
Left VoiceNovember 15, 2018
Fruit Does Not Pack Itself: A Look Into Migrant Women’s Labor
A migrant woman worker shares her experience of the conditions that capitalism creates for women on both sides of the border—and why unity of the working class is imperative.
Rosario CuevasNovember 15, 2018
After Being Denied Buses, Migrant Caravan Hitchhikes, Walks
While the majority of the members of the migrant caravan decided to remain in Mexico City until Saturday, a group of 400 Honduran migrants began the trek to Querétaro on Friday, on the way to the United States. Now most of the caravan is at Auditorio Benito Juárez in Guadalajara. They have about 1,000 miles […]
Left VoiceNovember 13, 2018
A Hopeful Migrant Caravan Faces Cold, Illness and Separation
The migrant caravan moves forward despite rain and cold. What is the situation like on the ground?
Left VoiceNovember 5, 2018
[VIDEO] Stamford: Workers at Hilton Picket for a Contract
For months the workers of the Hilton Stamford have been battling it out for a good contract. They won recognition for their union 110 votes to five in December of 2017. Since then they have been strengthening their organization internally while mobilizing for fights outside their hotel.
Left VoiceSeptember 16, 2018
Xenophobia in America: Immigrant Children Detention Centers Promote Terror and Fear
U.S. Immigration Patrol is detaining immigrant families and separating parents from their children.
Leo ZinoJune 19, 2018
No One is Illegal: This Pride, I Fight for Roxana Hernandez
Roxana Hernandez is a trans woman who died in ICE custody in late May. This Pride, I fight for her and all LGBT immigrants.
Tatiana CozzarelliJune 18, 2018