race, asylum seeker, immigration policy, nationality
Immigration Law | Law
There is a long history of the intersection of immigration, race, and civil rights in America. Immigration laws have operated in a manner to maintain homogeneity to the exclusion of immigrants of color. Immigration laws throughout America’s history have traditionally utilized fear and exclusion to define what America should look like and have privileged some immigrant’s over others.
Immigration and Blackness, 44 Human Rights. 20
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