Citizens of Nowhere

December 19, 2019
  • Immigration
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Inequality

Everyone is a citizen of somewhere, right? With all the conversation in politics and the media about immigration, one of the assumptions is that, if you aren’t a citizen of the United States, you must be a citizen of somewhere else. But in some parts of the world, you might just not have any real citizenship at all. Professor Noora Lori explores the lives of people who are caught in between countries, the challenges this creates for them, and what a better immigration policy could look like.

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