Meet the heroes of the Children’s Immigration Law Academy.
Welcome to America
It's a subversive immigrant tale that challenges lazy assumptions and narratives.
The executive director of the Tahirih Justice Center is "fighting like mad" for women and girls escaping violence.
Together, they’re building new lives, one swim class at a time.
A dozen related murals celebrate the diversity of the Southwest Houston community—and hopefully entice others to come explore.
What the best way to handle the arrival of a controversial diner?
Hundreds of Houstonians came together on Saturday outside a vacant warehouse on Emancipation Avenue that may be used as a holding facility for children separated from their families.
A Tuesday community gathering grapples with the evolving immigration crisis.
Several thousand Houstonians came together on Saturday to protest the Trump administration's policies regarding family separation and detention.
“What I like about being a state rep is advocating for people who are in the worst places, who have the smallest voices."
Diversity makes our city the best.
The Spanish artist has been tackling our immigration issues for half a century.
An American Story
High school teacher Carlos Salazar wrote "Yo Soy Americano" to teach Spanish students not only the language, but about immigration, too.
Rony Ortiz Andrade
Thousands of Salvadorans face losing their immigration status and going back home. But what happens when home is Houston?
A timely reminder of America's spotty record on immigrants and immigration arrives at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.
A documentary at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival explores borders and immigration through landscape art.
An Obama past gives way to a Trump future, and a Houstonian considers his options.
Arman Badrei, Kara Fields, and Spencer Vogel
Texas has more than 250,000 undocumented construction workers, and the Gulf Coast needs as much help as it can get.
A ray of hope for undocumented immigrants in Houston, which were some of the most vulnerable to Harvey's wrath.
The privately run facility will add 1,000 beds next door to the existing Joe Corley Detention Center, and some residents—including the mayor—aren't happy.