Trans Queer Pueblo steers Arizona’s immigrant rights movement in a new direction
Despite getting a second chance after arriving in the US, Darlin Adonay Peña faces an uncertain future.
Tune into PRI’s The World this evening to hear FI2W reporter Valeria Fernández reports from Phoenix, Arizona about a soccer team made up of refugee youth from all over the world.
Some immigrants fail to gain green cards after marrying U.S. citizens. Fi2W contributor Valeria Fernández looks at a new rule that could fix this problem.
Arizona is seeing a surge in Latino voter registration and political activism that could be the leading edge of bigger political changes for the politically conservative state.
A busload of undocumented immigrants is in Charlotte, NC after making a cross-country trip from Arizona.
Many expect a more difficult environment for undocumented immigrants in Arizona under the surviving portion of SB 1070. The law has also sparked a new wave of political activism by immigrant advocates.
In a split ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the “papers please” provision of SB 1070 and blocked the implementation of three other sections.
On our radio partner WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show, Phoenix based reporter Valeria Fernandez gave insight into how Latinos are eyeing the GOP candidates.
One year after SB 1070 made Arizona infamous for harsh anti-immigration policies, the law’s architects encountered a harsh backlash: State Senator Russell Pearce was recalled from office and Sheriff Joe Arpaio was slammed with a scathing report from the DOJ.