Monthly Archives: November 2020

Re-Visioning Immigration

“If you conceptualize migration as national security issue, if you criminalize migration, then your approach will always be reduction of migration,” says Mexican ambassador to the United States Martha B├írcena Coqui. Instead, she suggests, “We need to conceptualize migration as … Continue reading

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Learning From (Immigration) History

Cycles of immigration and anti-immigrant sentiment mark U.S. immigration history. At the very beginning, Benjamin Franklin denounced German immigrants to Pennsylvania, saying they “will shortly be so numerous as to Germanize us instead of our Anglifying them, and will never … Continue reading

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