Category Archives: migration

Excerpted from Slavery at Sea: Terror, Sex, and Sickness in the Middle Passage, by Sowande’ M. Mustakeem The nature of slavery inflicted permanent scars as traders moved purchased captives off land, separating married couples, parents and children, siblings, and other … Continue reading

Pretty much every world religion and ethical system makes a virtue of offering succor to travelers, the rootless, and the persecuted. Immigration, the social-political system we’ve constructed around those ideas, plays a vital role in the narratives of many nations. … Continue reading

Migrations are in the news again. As happens when humanity goes through one of its giant spasms of violence, displacement follows. People tired of bombs, bullets, hunger, and the rest of a long list of horrors vote with their feet … Continue reading