Professor Mae Ngai featured in The Washington Post

Historian Mae Ngai joined with other three historians to co-author a piece for The Washington Post on how Trump administration policies may punish immigrants for making use of social services such as food stamps, Medicaid, CHIP, and energy assistance programs.

If approved, the new policy would effectively deter legal immigrants from using public benefits for which they are eligible, lest they later be denied a green card or be removed.

Professor Mae Ngai moderated the “Crossing Borders: Refugees, Migrants, Stateless Lives” panel at the CSSD anniversary symposium.

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