Marie Claire's in-depth look at America's current immigration crisis.
The star of Crazy Rich Asians talks about being the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants and growing up in "the capital of the Confederacy."
They tell their stories of creating success out of sheer will.
"America is really the land of opportunity and a melting pot of the world."
We spoke with authors, artists, activists, and athletes, including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, America Ferrera, Diane Guerrero and Chloe Kim.
"My parents brought me to this country with nothing in their pockets but hope. They showed me what it means to work twice as hard and never give up."
In the ingenious words of Lin-Manuel Miranda: "Immigrants, they get the job done."
The daughter of immigrants herself, Judge Dolly Gee won't let Trump amend the Flores Settlement Agreement.
A group of women at Emerson Collective, the organization fronted by Powell Jobs, are using the power of storytelling, policy, and technology to create lasting change.
One Salvadoran teenager recounts being separated from her mother at the U.S.–Mexico border in June.
The founder of Every Mother Counts recounts her own mother's journey to the U.S.
Marie Claire editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider commits the September issue to immigration.
UNICEF USA CEO Caryl Stern spent two days with children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Here's what she saw.
I was America's first-ever Latina senator. And I will fight this.
"Why do they hate us?" they ask me.
"What’s happening in the United States of America at this moment is pure terrorism, cruel, inhuman treatment of children."
Most of the options are heartbreaking.
"I didn’t think that would be the last time I saw my parents."
I couldn't have gone on without my mom.
The separation of immigrant children from their families is more than a political choice—it could be a public health crisis.
Some easy steps you can take right now.