The Myth of Immigrant Criminality

Public Perceptions of Immigrants and Crime *This essay originally appeared as a special report for the Immigration Policy Center, a division of the American Immigration Law Foundation. It is printed here with the permission of the IPC and the AILF. Myths and stereotypes about immigrants and crime often provide the underpinnings for public policies and […]

Universalizing Access to the University: Earl Lewis on Marginalization in American Higher Education

Earl Lewis is the Provost of Emory University. Earl Lewis previously served as the University of Michigan Dean of Graduate Studies and Director of the University’s Center for Afro-American and African Studies. Nicholas Rice, a writer currently based in London, conducted these interviews. In addition to this work, he has produced a UNFPA report, “Unseen, […]