"Deportation relief is a stopgap measure," says David Bacon, author of THE RIGHT TO STAY HOME: How US Policy Drives Mexican Migration. "We need permanent solutions so that those receiving deferred status are not vulnerable."
The UUA and other religious organizations have reignited the Sanctuary Movement, an interfaith campaign that encourages congregations to open their doors and offer sanctuary to immigrants facing deportation...
Since nothing beats getting cozy and having some quality time with a new paperback, we put together a list of seven recent releases that you can lose yourself in as the weather turns cold.
An indigenous community leader from Oaxaca reports on the struggle against economic policies that drive migration, in an excerpt from David Bacon’s The Right to Stay Home (now available in paperback).
A new book,The Right to Stay Home: How US Policy Drives Mexican Migration by activist David Bacon, that brings a fresh perspective to the current immigration debate.
The recent collapse of a building housing a sweatshop in Bangladesh highlights the human cost of cheap goods.
We need an immigration policy that brings people together, instead of pitting workers against each other, as our current system does.
A roundup of labor stories by David Bacon gives an overview of the issues facing immigrant workers in America.
Violence has displaced the Triqui people from their homes in San Juan Copala to the sidewalks outside the governor's palace in Oaxaca and across the border in the United States.
David Bacon shares images of the public workers who find themselves facing weakened retirement systems and unfair blame in the wake of this week's elections.
Today's post is from David Bacon, author of Illegal People: How Globalization Creates Migration and Criminalizes Immigrants. For more articles and images, see http://dbacon.igc.org, and read more about Beacon's immigration titles at "Beyond SB1070" on Beacon.org. In San Francisco and...
How NAFTA produced Mexican migration.
David Bacon looks at a new proposal for immigration reform and calls for something better.
Cesar Cota was the first in his family to attend college. "Now it's hard to achieve my dream," he says, "because the state put higher fees on us, and cut services and classes."
In 2006, Mexico experienced profound social turmoil. Dramatic political and economic conflicts uprooted and displaced thousands of families, forcing many to consider leaving home. Teachers struck in Oaxaca, and after their demonstrations were tear-gassed, a virtual insurrection paralyzed the state capitol for months.