Nancy Foner Addresses the Politics and Myths of American Immigration Policy

In a New York Daily News video, Distinguished Professor Nancy Foner (GC/Hunter, Sociology), addresses the politics and myths associated with U.S. immigration policy.

According to Foner, research today shows that "immigrants commit fewer crimes and are incarcerated at lower rates than the native-born." And when "immigrants move into neighborhoods, they tend to make these neighborhoods safer." 

Watch the video.

Submitted on: NOV 5, 2018

Category: Faculty | General GC News | Sociology