Archived articles


Changing hearts, minds, and stomachs
Published Spring 2023
SAIS alumni Téa Ivanovic and Peter Schechter founded Immigrant Food to defend the vision of America as an immigrant nation / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Lives lost to hostile terrain
Published Nov 15, 2021 Photos
The 3,200 toe tags of the Hostile Terrain 94 art instillation aim to "rehumanize" migrants who have died while crossing the Sonoran Desert
Domestic abuse
A lifeline to immigrant women in need
Published June 2, 2021
A new phone-based intervention provides culturally sensitive, trauma-informed resources for immigrant survivors of intimate partner violence
JHU issues statement opposing extension of work visa limits
Published June 29, 2020
Executive order signed last week suspends entry of certain foreign workers through 2020
University leaders praise Supreme Court DACA decision
Published June 19, 2020
In 5-4 ruling, high court preserves protections for certain undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children
Finding common ground
Published Nov 19, 2019
Alum Diana Peralta's debut film, De Lo Mio, tackles issues of family, loss, and the immigrant experience
Detention camps, in their own words
Published Sept 17, 2019
Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship hosts teach-in discussion of historic and modern day concentration camps
Group helps immigrant families navigate health care challenges
Published Oct 22, 2018
Bayview's Centro Sol hosts workshop, discussion as part of annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference
University leaders issue response to ICE petition
Published Oct 17, 2018
Johns Hopkins does not intend to end two existing agreements to provide education, training to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency
The impacts of 'zero-tolerance'
Published Sept 18, 2018
Experts discuss the short- and long-term ramifications of family separation at the border