United We Stand
Marie Claire editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider commits the September issue to immigration.
Christy Turlington Burns' Immigration Story
The founder of Every Mother Counts recounts her own mother's journey to the U.S.
By Christy Turlington Burns
Separating Families at the Border Is Just One Way Trump is Trying to Tear Apart Immigrant Families
I was America's first-ever Latina senator. And I will fight this.
By Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto
Mira Was Torn From Her Family During The Holocaust. Here's What She Thinks About 2018.
"I didn’t think that would be the last time I saw my parents."
By Bonnie Azoulay
What Happens Now for Immigrant Kids Separated From Their Families? Here’s What We Know
Most of the options are heartbreaking.
By Cady Drell
I'm a DREAMer Who Grew Up Undocumented, Poor, and Terrified. That's Why I'm Running for Office.
"What’s happening in the United States of America at this moment is pure terrorism, cruel, inhuman treatment of children."
By Catalina Cruz
I Teach Kids Who Were Separated From Their Parents. Here's How They Cope.
"Why do they hate us?" they ask me.
By Samantha Facciolo
If Trump's Child Detention Centers Had Existed in 2006, I'd Have Been in a Cage
I couldn't have gone on without my mom.
By Yunuen Alvarado Bustos
How To Help Immigrant Children Separated From Their Families at The Border
Some easy steps you can take right now.
By Cady Drell