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Advocacy groups and supporters hold a vigil outside Cayuga Centers, a facility that received children separated from their parents. Maria Chiu for Documented

This Family Followed the Government’s Rules. They Were Separated Anyway

Despite crossing the border at a legal point of entry, with all the relevant paperwork to claim asylum, Carlos and his daughter Leila were still separated from each other. They're not the only ones.

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Resources for Immigrants with Disabilities in New York

Here are free resources for New Yorkers living with disabilities

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Hondurans Migrating to U.S. in Large Numbers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported more than 41,000 encounters with Hondurans at the U.S.-Mexico border in March.

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Asian-American Artists Speak Against Hate Through Art

A rise in anti-Asian violence and hate during the pandemic has inspired art displays across New York City and the U.S.