Razia Sultan has faced persecution, imprisonment, and torture in Kashmir since she was 16 years old. Her courageous story highlights how India’s military occupation of Kashmir has impacted the region’s women and shaped their struggles for survival and dignity.
Despite the recent rise in nationalism in the U.S. and Europe, international migration will continue to be part of our world.
The United States is imprisoning more and more asylum-seekers from Central America—including mothers and children—in detention centers, perpetuating a culture of fear and hatred toward immigrants.
When a term signifies something that does not exist, we need to examine our use of it.
Informal parking assistance is a critical but contentious source of income for the urban poor in big cities around the globe.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada gave voice to the violence committed in Indian residential schools. Unfortunately, it failed to fully achieve either healing or justice among many of those involved.