In this paper, Cynthia van der Werf studies how the largest inflow of refugees in U.S. history affected U.S. children. Cynthia's paper also examines whether native children’s academic achievement was lower in ZIP Codes with higher shares of refugees using the National Education Longitudinal Study (NELS88) and U.S. Census data.
The National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS) was begun in 1989 to help DOL determine the supply of labor available to US crop agriculture so that, in conjunction with USDA estimates of the demand for crop workers, the proper number of free-agent RAW workers could have been legalized or admitted to prevent farm labor shortages. This workshop will review almost 30 years of NAWS data.
In this paper, Annie Hines evaluates the effects of Colorado’s legislation on the college application, enrollment, persistence, and completion of Colorado undergraduates using a differences-in-differences methodology
Based on her work as an engaged scholar and drawing from critical ethnic studies approaches, Robyn Magalit Rodriguez explores the impact of anti-immigrant local ordinances on a range of immigrant groups living in varied suburban communities.
This symposium, which brings together interdisciplinary scholars and activists together, seeks to explore the contours of the “coolie” experience in the 21st century to uncover its racialized as well as gendered nature, and the role of governments in perpetuating the coolie system.
Our program will feature a screening of several of the 40 videos that the Humanizando la Deportación project team has produced to date along with a discussion of the project's goals and methods, as well as the challenges the research team has faced.