The lawyers, advocates and officials who work with immigrants had one chance before Inauguration Day to get together and make a plan to protect people threatened by Donald Trump's proposals. Otherhood was there.
PBS Newshour's Hari Sreenivasan and Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa help answer the question: What's the role of a reporter of color in an age when diversity, inclusion and facts themselves are politicized?
The US drew a line in the sand, and Americans chose where to stand. Now people are examining strangers out of the corner of their eye, wondering just how much they don't know about who lives around them.
Has Donald Trump helped fuel racism? Has he helped us confront it? Or, is former MSNBC Host Melissa Harris Perry right — is Trump just the current scapegoat for a country that avoids confronting its past?
In the burning heat of Arizona's vast, mostly empty Wild West desert, young Mexican American teenagers decide between working for the border guard or for the cartels smuggling drugs and people north. The kids that choose to be border agents face anger within their own families, as migrants desperate to come to the US die nameless deaths.