The Politics of Immigration’s co-authors talk with Building Bridges hosts Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash on NYC’s WBAI from 7 to 7:30 pm EST, Monday, January 14,… Read More »January 14: Radio Interview With Politics of Immigration Co-Authors
Delve into tough questions about immigration with the authors of The Politics of Immigration. Why are people in other countries leaving their homes and coming here?… Read More »October 10: Immigration Dialogue at Suffolk County Community College
The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers(Second Edition) 372 pp, $24 pbk, ISBN 9781583676363 By Jane Guskin and David L. Wilson Reviewed by Orlando Hill “‘I’m not against immigrants.… Read More »The Ammunition to Answer Back: Counterfire on The Politics of Immigration
October 29: Deep Dive Into Immigration, Part 1 Immigration history with Columbia University professor Mae Ngai, a national authority on the subject,. The three-part series is… Read More »Immigration Dialogues: Fall 2018 Calendar
This book offers illuminating context on immigration issues. It also provides useful talking points, facts and figures for chatting up anti-immigrant co-workers. By Eve Ottenberg,… Read More »Book Review: The Politics of Immigration
On December 20 President Trump commuted the 27-year prison sentence of former kosher meatpacking magnate Sholom Rubashkin for bank fraud. Rubashkin had headed the Agriprocessors… Read More »The Postville Boss Gets Out of Jail. What About His Immigrant Workers?
The Washington Post reports that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is again considering former department head John Kelly’s proposal to separate Central American children from their parents, supposedly… Read More »Next Up: Separating Migrant Kids From Their Parents
Immigration policy and politics can change quickly, and there’s no way a book can ever be completely up to date. Since 2007 we’ve maintained a blog providing… Read More »The Politics of Immigration on Social Media