I'm glad to report that a series of essays that I organized and co-edited is now available online from Society & Space Open Site. Taken together, these essays provide a useful, timely, and very readable analysis of how immigration enforcement is changing (and not changing) under the Trump administration. Check them out! Special thanks to the authors: Geoff Boyce, Nancy Hiemstra, Dee Conlon, Jeremy Marshall, and Patricia Ehrkamp. Thanks for support at Society & Space from Lauren Martin and Darshan Vigneswaran. For the essay, click here SOCIETY & SPACE or click the image below.
Update: Thank you to the ACLU and Katrice Williams for coordinating the event last night. Good luck to the participants from Painesville, Ohio, who are organizing against the anti-immigrant policies of the local city council and police department. (Read more here.)
On Tuesday, June 13, I will be speaking at an ACLU-sponsored event in Cleveland, Ohio about how Trump's immigration enforcement agenda is similar and different than the Obama years, and sharing practical projects that immigrants and attorneys are taking in light of the election. I appreciate the ACLU's invitation to share my dissertation research and public engagement. Click on the link below for more information.
Immigration 101: Understanding Trump’s Plan for Interior Enforcement
Tuesday, June 13, 5:30 p.m.
ACLU of Ohio
4506 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103-3621