In the eyes of Betty Mejía, President Joe Biden and former President Trump are one and the same: Both have deported her.
The 11-year-old girl saw the name of former President Donald Trump on my computer screen and was scared. “What happened with Trump?” she asked me in a loud voice, as though a monster had appeared in a nightmare.
What would have happened if the murder of George Floyd had not been filmed? Nothing. Nothing would have happened.
It’s one of the most dangerous and stupid things I ever did. In December of 2001 I went on vacation to Afghanistan.
He is alone. He is a child, lost on the border, in a desert south of Texas.
MIAMI The U.S.-Mexico border is a bleeding scar. That is how Mexican author Carlos Fuentes described it in 1997.
After every massacre in the United States – and we have many, and often – we perform a painful ritual of death.
Pandemics fade. Racism does not. And when a president like Donald Trump unfairly blames an entire ethnic group for the Covid-19 crisis, it can result in discrimination and violence — or worse.
What a change! When we wake up, especially those of us who live in the United States, we don’t have to jump and look for the latest Tweet, insult, attack, craziness or lie from Donald Trump.
It was 5 am on January 20 of 2021, and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had not yet been sworn in as president and vice president of the United States.