Stories with 'trump' tag

Why ending Temporary Protective Status for our Haitian community is the wrong decision

Patricia Elizee is the managing partner of a Miami-based immigration and family law firm and argues why ending Temporary Protective Status for Haitians is the wrong call.

/ November 21, 2017

The U.S. has left the Paris accords. Here’s what you need to read.

The decision has our heads spinning in Miami. Here’s what we’re reading to make sense of it.

/ June 2, 2017

A Syrian family reunion, interrupted

Jasmin Sibai, a Miami native born to Cuban and Syrian parents, has spent the last several years scrambling to bring her family in Syria to the U.S. Then the refugee ban happened.

/ April 9, 2017

Meet one of the lawyers who helped press pause on the immigration ban

He led a teach-in at U.M. yesterday on what’s next. We took notes.

/ January 30, 2017

Meet your elected officials, anime style

Cancel everything. This is what we’re doing forever.

/ January 19, 2017

Are you attending the Women’s March on Washington? Tell us why.

On January 21, the day after Donald Trump is sworn in as the nation’s 45th president, a million women will march in protest from the Lincoln Memorial to the White House. Are you going? Tell us why.

/ January 2, 2017

9 Miami women reflect on Election 2016

We profiled nine female leaders from across Miami-Dade — in their homes, at their favorite juice spots, and over many cafecitos to hear their opinions on this election and, in its aftermath what they plan to do to to make our local community stronger.

/ November 22, 2016

How did Florida really vote this election? Not red or blue, but a whole lot of purple

It’s easy to define counties as red or blue, but it’s not quite accurate. Here’s what happens when you zoom in.

/ November 16, 2016

Dear Mr. Trump: Ever heard of Jim Crow?

Allow me to bring you up to speed on the fuller picture of the African-American community.

/ October 31, 2016