Daniel A. Medina
Daniel A. Medina is a journalist based in New York City covering primarily social justice issues and foreign affairs.
Protests for Black LivesNYPD Disappeared Black Lives Matter Protesters Into Detention for Days at a Time. Lawmakers Want to End the Practice.
Mass protest arrests led to long detentions, with families and lawyers unable to find people locked up for days at a time without being charged.
The Coronavirus CrisisAs Amazon, Walmart, and Others Profit Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Their Essential Workers Plan Unprecedented Strike
“If someone dies, they have blood on their hands.”
As the Lebanon Uprising Hits 100-Day Mark, Protesters Allege Torture by Security Forces
With unrest continuing in Lebanon, protesters say security forces are beating, arresting, and even torturing demonstrators with impunity.
The War on ImmigrantsSome Adoptees Are Undocumented Because Their Parents Forgot to Fill Out a Form. Now Congress Is Taking Action.
Between 25,000 and 49,000 people who were adopted by American parents as children live in fear of deportation because they never got citizenship.