The United States has provided a haven for refugees from other countries since it was created. Yet their arrival has often provoked political controversy and spurred calls to close borders. What has driven past waves of refugees and how has the federal government responded? How can the history of US refugee and asylum policy inform our understanding of current debates over refugee admittance and protections?
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Earlier Event: September 28“They’re Killing Us” - Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Later Event: October 1The Federal Role in Public Transit