Episode 186: Was the U.S. Ready for Afghan Refugees?
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast discusses the treatment of Afghan refugees in the pre-arrival stage in America. Important context on the war in Afghanistan is provided along with the struggles asylum seekers face. By Austin.   ..read more
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Episode 182: How My Mom Came to America
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
Podcast is an interview about family experiences coming to the United States, beginning in the 1940s through the 1970s. What do immigrants have to do and what do they encounter, as they go through the process of coming to the United States. Interview is conducted in English and Spanish.  ..read more
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Episode 192: Iraqi Immigration to the U.S.: A Father's Journey
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast will explore how the immigration policies of the United States have affected Iraqi immigrants, focusing on the early 1990s. By Mohamad.  ..read more
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Episode 191: The Impacts of Bill Clinton's 1996 Immigration Reform Bill
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This episode discusses the 1996 Immigration Reform Bill and describes how the legislation has influenced today‚Äôs migration trends. By Diana.  ..read more
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Episode 185: North vs. South Podcast
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
The overall purpose of this podcast is to help listeners better understand the complexity of the  Northern and Southern Border of the United States. What many people do not often understand  is how different these two borders are from each other. This podcast looks to explore those  differences and what those differences mean to the overall conversation about immigration in  Politics today. By Sarah.  ..read more
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Episode 190: Border Enforcement or Encroachment?
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This episode discusses topics concerning ICE--what it is, how it works, and what it actually has been done at the border. By Selina.  ..read more
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Episode 187: Pero Like Mi Nombre
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast will discuss and introduce the importance of self-identity factors such as name and language discrimination; the difficulty of not speaking English is one of the important obstacles immigrants face when trying to incorporate into the United States. By Julia ..read more
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Episode 188: The Importance of TPS and its Political Impact in Modern Times
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast will discuss the federal Temporary Protected Status immigration program also known as TPS. This podcast will provide an overview and legislative and political background on the program. By Yuri.  ..read more
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Episode 189: Cambodian Diaspora
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast covers a history of how Cambodian refugees migrated to the United States as well as their pre-arrival circumstances and the injustices they faced before and after migrating. Will also be discussing its connection to the Refugee Act of 1980 and emphasizing how the Cambodian community is still underserved in spite of having lived in the U.S. for over three decades. By Jenavie ..read more
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Episode 184: Raices Separadas
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by kristina.victor@csus.edu
1y ago
This podcast focuses on the parent and child dynamics in mixed status families and the effect it has on both parties. By Mari.  ..read more
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