In the third part of our conversation with Charles Xu from the Qiao Collective, Xu talks about the rising Sinophobia in the US, particularly after the COVID-19 outbreak.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has announced the move as several universities are planning to move classes online in the upcoming semester
The ICRC highlighted that migrants are more vulnerable to coronavirus due to lack of access to healthcare and conditions for isolation and hygiene measures
The case of Iranian student Hossein Abadi marks the tenth such deportation in less than a year. The news of his deportation led to a protest at the international terminal of the Logan airport in Boston
Thousands of Hondurans, every year, set off for the US on a perilous journey in order to escape violence, poverty and lack of opportunities and in search of better livelihoods
The scope and scale of the right-wing resurgence this year shows the urgent need for greater working class mobilizations that can safeguard and deepen democracy and build coalitions
We talk about the beginning of the movement, what it is fighting for, the many challenges it faces, and the future of the movement.
It united hundreds of migrants from across the globe who are living in Spain, under the banner ”We will not forget, we will not forgive. We demand compensations.”
It’s Europe’s greedy lending to Africa that is driving the migration wave which is fueling the European Union’s xenophobic politics
The ‘shutdowns’ spreading across Gauteng are intended as targeted xenophobia. But the actions of one mob in Joburg’s inner city show that, in practice, they can harm anyone in their path.
Refugees are facing increasing hostility by xenophobic movements in the country which have been growing in strength
The Southall Community Alliance, an umbrella organization of over 100 voluntary and inter-faith groups, not only is fighting the sale and takeover by community resources but is also in the forefront of resistance against xenophobia and religious fundamentalism