Immigration

Lorena (not her real name) has lived at Casa Alianza for three year. A photo of her face cannot be published for security reasons.
Politics & Society In All Things
Ashley McKinlessOctober 13, 2016
Lorena was 12 years old when her mother went to Spain in search of work. A week later, she began taking cocaine.
Angelita, age 18, at the Nuevo Eden coffee cooperative in San Marcos, Guatemala, Oct. 5, 2016
Politics & Society In All Things
Ashley McKinlessOctober 07, 2016
Angelita has a resume that would make any aspiring Ivy Leaguer look over their shoulder.
Four mothers and 10 children land in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Jan. 6 after being deported from the United States (CNS/photo/Esteban Biba, EPA).
Politics & Society Dispatches
Ashley McKinlessOctober 05, 2016
A large sign reads “Ya estás en tu país and con tu gente”: “You are now in your country and with your people.” I imagine it is a bittersweet welcome.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jim McDermottOctober 05, 2016
Haitian Senator Nenel Cassy described the situation as “truly catastrophic.”
Politics & Society News
"We are in solidarity with people who have been incarcerated for no other reason than seeking a better life for themselves and their families," Hendrik Voss said.