The peaceful protest in Guadalupe Plaza drew hundreds of supporters.
Lawyers crowded into Bush Intercontinental Airport offering free legal assistance to travelers caught flat-footed by President Trumps’s executive order.
In the streets of downtown Houston this weekend, as we chose humanity over fear, I felt at home.
Thousands of Houstonians gathered at Bush Intercontinental Airport and Discovery Green over the weekend to make their voices heard.
"HPD is not the Immigration and Naturalization Service."
“I’m telling people that they need to have their affairs in order. Prepare for the worst, and expect the best.”
Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964 explores timely lessons from exploitative programs of the past.
City & Region
An insider’s guide to the thriving local cultures of Houston’s 12 largest immigrant groups.
Nick Esquer, Marianella Orlando, and Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Ice House Interview
By providing legal aid for unaccompanied immigrant children, Kids in Need of Defense turns the conventional view of attorneys on its head.
With your help, the Dieudonne family achieved their dream of going to Galveston. Find out how you can help them and other refugee families.
Houston, which has become the country’s number one refugee resettlement city, presents a new survival challenge for recent refugees.
An investigation into a West U Fair Labor Standards Act suit quickly uncovers a global web of secrets and lies that may be impossible to unravel.
Meet H: father, undocumented worker, Houstonian