JHISN Newsletter 09/03/2022

We bring you a local story of one immigrant family’s successful struggle to stay together. Then we get behind the recent headlines about busloads of migrants landing in NYC. Sent by Republican governors hungry for a media spectacle. Read More

JHISN Newsletter 08/20/2022

We bring you two stories this week that are especially close to our heart—the controversy over school funding, which affects nearly a million working-class children and teens in NYC; and the work of immigrant artists representing the everyday worlds of migration, resistance, and strength. Read More

JHISN Newsletter 08/06/2022

This week’s newsletter takes a look at the threat to immigrant electoral power from the proposed re-mapping of City Council districts. We then report on the latest legislative move to create a legal pathway to permanent residence for millions of undocumented folks in the US. Read More

JHISN Newsletter 07/09/2022

Our newsletter takes a look at the complicated situation of Dreamers and the tenth anniversary of DACA. And we offer a cautiously hopeful report on changing city policies around street vending in NYC. As we collectively re-dream what immigrant justice might feel like, we are grateful for your support of JHISN. Read More

JHISN Newsletter 06/11/2022

We take a local look at two immigration stories. The community power of Filipinos is celebrated with a new street name. And the wake of redistricting in New York State, together with the legalization of immigrant voting in municipal elections and the impending redistricting in New York City. Read More