Total 13 Posts

Putting Ourselves In The Shoes Of Asylum Seekers

A former child refugee reflects on how she pays it forward and invites us to rethink our perspectives on migration *“Days, weeks, a month, hand in hand.* We go sick, without eating, without drinking, without sleeping, Or when we speak, we do so crying, Because there is nothing left for

Loveable Little Lelo

A poem from a detained father to his son Photo Credit: Tim Mossholder on UnSplash It is a pleasure to share my poem with *IMM Print. *I hope my poem will make many others smiling, motivated, and encouraged. For me and my son it will be always a wonderful memory.

Only Words

A Poem by William Lopez *TW: Deportation Violence* August 1, 2017 Many community members rallied at the airport to protest the deportation of a loved and valued mujer from a county in the Midwestern U.S. Her deportation is one of the 400,000 that occur every year, with each

I Still Have Your Luggage Tag

by William Lopez Photo Credit: Celena Lopez On May 24th, 2017, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided a local Ann Arbor restaurant* next to the University of Michigan campus. ICE agents went in with a warrant for single man, but arrested three to five others, including a Legal Permanent Resident.