As the legislative session comes to close, Gov. Baker and the Mass. House should follow the Senate's lead, writes Lara Jirmanus, and act to protect immigrant families.
The Trump administration's embrace of disturbing rhetoric as official policy will provide the post-hoc justification for violence, or worse, writes Sarah Sherman-Stokes.
In recent days, there's been an uproar over undocumented immigrant children being separated from their parents.
My mother wants to learn a new language, English, and master it, writes Boston student Ardit Brikaj. His essay is featured in a new book about the immigrant experience published...
New case quotas for immigration judges to speed deportations, along with increased incidents of detention, writes Carol Rose, are an attack on human rights and due process.
The president is manipulating fears to deploy the National Guard until he gets his stalled border wall, writes Rich Barlow.
The author, H.L.M. Lee, recalls his 1965 visit to the Statue of Liberty with his family of Chinese immigrants. He later learned the statue has a name -- Mother of...
A recent Supreme Court decision has doomed thousands of non-citizens to months or even years of incarceration, writes Laura Murray-Tjan.
U.S. Customs compelled writer Aine Greaney to put a price on the beloved engagement ring, nearly a century old, that had lost its diamond.
As the federal government arrests more immigrants, writes Miles Howard, we need more acts of moral defiance.
Think about the contributions I can make, writes fourth-year Harvard Medical School student Dalia Larios, but also remember my humanity.
The government remaining open to do its necessary business should not be held hostage to any cause, no matter how noble, writes Rich Barlow.
First, do no harm. Next, find a solution to DACA. An open letter from four undocumented doctors-in-training.
The Democrats have a unique opportunity to squeeze Republicans until they produce a bill that protects Dreamers, writes Miles Howard.
The president's language is a window to his soul, writes Rich Barlow.
Not only should Congress deny Trump his wall, writes Kari Hong, it should refuse to fund any immigration arrests until common sense and compassion return to our immigration policy.
Christmas was out, writes Judy Bolton-Fasman. The Fourth of July baffled my people, on their third exile. But Thanksgiving was based on two groups who understood nothing about one another....
The hysteria that grew from distortions of a juvenile sex crime in Twin Falls, Idaho reminded writer Peter Guthrie of a timeless episode of "The Twilight Zone."
Writer Neema Avashia's Indian immigrant parents made the difficult transition into American life, and then did everything in their power to make it easier for others.
Many immigrants say they're too fearful to report crimes, writes Debra J. Robbin. The Massachusetts Safe Communities Act would offer them protection.