by Aviva Chomsky
Migration from Central America is rooted in American support for exploitative oligarchies and export-oriented industry under the guises of anticommunism and economic development.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Three political scientists argue that the recent media narrative of a "border crisis" is political hype and not supported by data about historical migration patterns. Looking at month-to-month fluctuations distorts the situation and leads to bad policy.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Smita Ghosh
Biden should reverse the Trump policy of using "expedited removal" to deport migrants without a hearing, which is part of a historical pattern of deportation programs that harm communities, separate families, and sometimes result in legal residents being expelled from the United States.
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