For approximately 1,000 asylum seekers currently living in motels, emergency supplemental housing assistance provided by the Maine Housing Authority is due to expire June 30.
Until there is a solution, the U.S. should allow legitimate asylum-seekers to enter the country and make their case. Doing otherwise is against all humanitarian principles.
The Beloved Community, according to Dr. King, is a global vision, in which all people can share in the wealth of the earth.
The food that we eat, the environment that we live in, and the air that we breathe can become invisible enemies.
For immigrants, especially those who are new here, the U.S. democratic system is complicated and mysterious.
Maine school systems have abundant resources to offer, though many immigrant families are unaware of the resources available to help students succeed.
Joyous college graduations of Maine's immigrant students remind us of the slow reunification process that many families endure.