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Hollywood's First Chinese American Star + Pronouns Lost in Translation

A food vendor stands behind his basket where he keeps his tacos wrapped, wearing gloves and standing in the shade on a sunny day.

Feeling the Heat: How Outdoor Workers Can Advocate for Safer Conditions on the Job

A groups of people march down the street. One woman holds a sign that says: 'Gov. Newsom Pass the #VISION ACT.'

Effort to Block Prison-to-ICE Transfers in California Fails in Final Hours of Legislative Session

Demonstrators stand in a group, holding signs and photos. One sign says: 'Gov. Newsom Pass The #VisionAct Keep Families Together'

Immigrant Advocates Make Final Push to Pass Bill Ending Prison-to-ICE Transfers in California

Embassy Of Afghanistan In Washington DC

A Year Later, One Afghan Family’s Resettlement in the Bay

Two young women lay on blanket on grass with heads close to each other

‘Mija’ Lends Immigrant Dreams a Poignant Harmony

A wide shot of two men wearing blue standing in front of a green door at a detention facility.

ICE Detainees Making $1 a Day Sue Over Alleged Wage Theft

ICE Detainees Protested $1-a-Day Wage. Now They're in Solitary Confinement

A black and white headshot of Maya Cueva. She gives us a half smile, is wearing hoop earings and her curly hair is in a bob. She wears a black turtleneck in front of a fence.

Filmmaker Maya Cueva Focuses on Reproductive Rights and Immigration

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