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Tagged with: Immigration

‘We knew we would bring the art’: Expo sounds alarm to reunite separated families

Galería de la Raza, YBCA, and other community organizations team up on compelling "Pedagogy of Hope"

Screen Grabs: ‘Attica’ and ‘Summer of Soul’ crown Doc Stories fest, more

Plus: California's water wars, a Chinatown gangster tale, a lost Iranian Gothic classic, more new movies

In ‘Blue Bayou,’ Justin Chon highlights citizenship limbo of Korean adoptees

Adopted as a three-year-old from South Korea and as thoroughly Cajun as crawfish etouffee, Antonio LeBlanc has never had any reason to question his...

New rules on search warrants moving forward with little public input

The public defender wasn't consulted. The DA wasn't consulted. But the Police Commission wants a major policy change—now.

Screen Grabs: A stricken hero fights for better healthcare in ‘Not Going Quietly’

Plus a slew of affecting new docs on Barbara Lee, immigration tragedy, arthouse beginnings, and celebrity worship.

Guerilla projections battle Asian hate in ‘Dear America’

After Atlanta massacre, artist Christy Chan was determined to take up space with urgent messages.

Screen Grabs: Recalling that very oddball cinematic year, 1971

What's in theaters—then and now. Plus" 'I Carry You With Me,' 'Scenes from an Empty Church,' more

Dishing with Pride party queen—and now reigning Empress—Juanita MORE!

She's actual party royalty now, and her annual Pride bash is set to go *awwwf.* We sass with the sovereign.

Parents sue US government over separation from kids at border

Suit also claims Trump-era policies forced asylum seekers to sleep on the floor and denied them medical care.

Screen Grabs: An unlikely hero stands up to massive redevelopment in ‘Dead Pigs’

Plus: Thrilling sequel 'A Quiet Place 2,' a lost Black intellectual classic from 1982, and a trans romance gem.