In the Trump era, supporting our immigrant and international students is critical work

By Alison Clark Efford

We’re featuring a blog by Associate Professor Alison Clark Efford, who writes and teaches on immigration history and on the Gilded Age.  Alison wrote this blog for the website of the Immigration and Ethnic History Society, which she serves as editor of the society’s newsletter.  It’s a timely and interesting take on one of the most controversial issues facing the United States today.

You can read Alison’s blog at: https://iehs.org/supporting-our-immigrant-students-is-critical-work/.

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