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20 years after the publication of ‘Purple Hibiscus,’ a generation of...

Simon Lewis, College of Charleston Twenty years ago, in October 2003, 26-year-old Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie burst onto...

Migrants often can’t access US health care until they are critically...

Anthony Jimenez, Rochester Institute of Technology “Can you tell me about cancer care for the undocumented?” I asked Henry...

3 myths about immigration in America

April Nisan Ilkmen, Adler University The U.S. is – and long has been – a pluralistic society that contains...

Title 42 didn’t result in a surge of migration, after all...

Lydia Renee Cleveland, Old Dominion University; Alexandra P Leader, Eastern Virginia Medical School, and Erika Frydenlund, Old Dominion University

Do accents disappear?

Chris C. Palmer, Kennesaw State University and Michelle Devereaux, Kennesaw State University In Boston, there are reports of people...

Legal work-related immigration has fallen by a third since 2020, contributing...

Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez, Rice University With Americans having fewer children and the nation’s labor force getting older, many employers...

Utah’s Pioneer Day celebrates Mormons’ trek west – but there’s a...

Jeffrey Turner, University of Utah Each July 24, the state of Utah celebrates “Pioneer Day.” There are parades, rodeos,...

How Indian American spelling bee dominance may fuel educational inequities

Pawan Dhingra, Amherst College Harini Logan, a cheerful 14-year-old from San Antonio, Texas, made history on June 2, 2022....

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