Every state lacks sufficient Latinx teachers to reflect the diversity of its student body. Policymakers need to adjust recruitment tactics to fill the Latinx teacher-student gap.
The White House Immigration Framework Hurts Women
The White House’s Immigration Framework Would Eviscerate Immigration from Latin America, Africa, and Asia
Family Reunification Is the Bedrock of U.S. Immigration Policy
Debunking the Lie that Dreamers Can Wait
The Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Black Immigrants in the United States in 2018
Lacking support for restricting family-based immigration, the Trump administration is planning to act unilaterally by radically redefining an obscure 1882 immigration law.
With the administration's own March 5 deadline fast approaching, here are five actions President Trump can take if he wants to, in his words, "deal with DACA with heart."
One in five early childhood educators are immigrants; threatening their security undermines the nation’s child care system.
This week, Michele is joined by Emily Tisch Sussman and a panel of women who discuss protest movements across the country.
Cities and service providers can take steps to ensure LGBTQ immigrants have access to the resources they need to become full participants in their communities and thrive.
This week Michele and Igor chat with two CAP colleagues and discuss the history and context behind the United States' racist immigration policies and Donald Trump's discriminatory behavior.
In this bonus episode, Michele and Igor sit down with two DACA recipients whose medical careers will be in jeopardy unless Congress acts.
On this episode of Thinking CAP, Michele and Igor break down the year that was 2017.
Colleges and universities can help curb some of the substantial disadvantages that unauthorized students confront when attempting to attain postsecondary education.
Trying to placate his base, which will not be happy with his donor-driven tax bill, Trump appears to be seeking a government shutdown.
Each day until March 5, 2018, 122 young people will lose DACA.
Passing the Dream Act would bring big economic benefits to states and industries all across the nation.
Ending Temporary Protected Status would jeopardize the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and have immediate negative impacts on the U.S. economy.
Ending Temporary Protected Status would threaten the lives of more than 300,000 Salvadorans, Hondurans, and Haitians living and working in the United States.