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Challenging Anti-Immigrant Bias with History
Join us for the second webinar in the series: Challenging Anti-Immigrant Bias in Schools and Society.


Join Historian Erika Lee, the author of America for Americans, about anti-immigrant xenophobia past and the present. In our current climate, voices that were once on the fringe have become mainstream in our political discourse. As educators, we know that immigrant children and their citizen peers internalize and act upon the messages they take in. What do all of us need to know about our collective past to understand and respond to anti-immigrant bias today?

Moderator: Adam Strom, Executive Director, Re-Imagining Migration
Guest Presenter: Erika Lee, the Rudolph J. Vecoli Chair in Immigration History, and the Director of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota


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