Azadeh Shahshahani is legal and advocacy director at Project South and a past president of the National Lawyers Guild. She tweets @ashshahahani.
Title 42 Was a Disaster. What’s Next Doesn’t Look Much Better.
The court-ordered termination of Title 42 marks an important step toward restoring access to humanitarian protections at the border. But the Biden administration must do more to fight the program's racist legacy.
El plan de la Casa Blanca para detener la migración protege las ganancias empresariales—no a las personas
El plan sólo afianzará aún más las razones por las que la gente se va.
The White House's Plan to Stem Migration Protects Corporate Profits—Not People
The plan will only further entrench the reasons people leave.
Afghanistan and Beyond: End U.S. War-Making Everywhere
We need a reinvigorated anti-war movement.
There Are No Mass Migrations Without U.S. Meddling and Militarism
Despite its pledges to aid Central America, the Biden administration continues to deny the United States' role in destabilizing the region.
U.S. Out of Everywhere
The case for an immediate withdrawal from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Philippine President Is Waging a Ruthless War on Drugs—And the U.S. Is Complicit
The International People’s Tribunal found that President Rodrigo Duterte is responsible for grave human rights violations.
There Is a Coordinated Campaign to Suppress Criticism of Israel
Israel's human rights violations are accompanied by U.S. efforts to stifle dissent.
If We Want to Support Refugees, We Need To End the Wars That Create Them
The sanctuary movement needs an anti-war voice.
How the U.S. Government Has Used 9/11 to Criminalize People of Color
In the 15 years since the attacks, heightened surveillance and security have cracked down on Muslims and immigrants.