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J.D. Long-García is a senior editor at America.
Photographer David Taylor talks about his work on the U.S.-Mexico border in studio in Tucson, Ariz. (J.D. Long-García)
Politics & SocietyIdeas
J.D. Long-García
In his photography, David Taylor shies away from stereotypes.
Central American migrants traveling with the annual Stations of the Cross caravan march to call for migrants' rights and protest the policies of U.S. President Donald Trump and Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, in Matias Romero, Oaxaca State, Mexico, Tuesday, April 3, 2018. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
J.D. Long-García
Once again, our emotions have gotten the best of us on immigration. This time, it is that caravan.
Jesús Rodríguez was deported from the United States more than two years ago; his wife and daughter remain in Vancouver, Wash. (J. D. Long-García)
Politics & SocietyFeatures
J.D. Long-García
Away from the rhetoric in Washington, communities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are welcoming the stranger and overcoming physical barriers.
Belsy García Manrique, a student at Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, with her father, Felix.
Politics & SocietyDispatches
J.D. Long-García
Belsy García Manrique is a year away from realizing her dream of becoming a doctor—and her father is awaiting deportation.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
J.D. Long-García
This week’s top U.S.-Latino Catholic news
President Donald Trump reviews border wall prototypes on March 13 in San Diego. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Politics & SocietyNews
J.D. Long-García
As Trump touts border wall in California, skeptics say it misses the point.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrest a man in San Clemente, Calif., May 11, 2017 (CNS photo/Lucy Nicholson, Reuters).
Politics & SocietyNews
J.D. Long-García
“There has been fear for years, but with the new administration, it is more severe.”
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
J.D. Long-García
V Encuentro: How to reach fallen-away Latino Catholics
Mark Gomez, a lay leader of Encuentros Juveniles in the Miami Archdiocese, listens during the Encuentro gathering on Feb. 23 in that city. (CNS photo/Tom Tracy)
FaithDispatches
J.D. Long-García
The fifth version of a project started by the U.S. bishops in 1972 goes to the peripheries of the church to welcome back Hispanics.
Activists and recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, march up Broadway in New York City on Feb. 15 during the start of their "Walk to Stay Home," a five-day 250-mile walk from New York to Washington to demand that Congress pass a clean DREAM Act to save the program. (CNS photo/Shannon Stapleton, Reuters) 
Politics & SocietyDispatches
J.D. Long-García
“Now is the time to pass legislation that enables the Dreamers to become citizens and full contributing members of our society,” said Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles.