Thursday, October 17, 2013

Immigration Reform 2013, the Shutdown, and Miss America All Have One Thing in Common


Professor Geoffrey Hoffman (Houston) writes

"The Miss America Pageant, the recent government shutdown, and immigration reform appear to be disparate and distinct topics, but they are actually related in a deep and meaningful way. The racist response to the crowning of the first Indian American Miss America is indicative of a growing fear of diversity in America that will pose a major obstacle to our legislative process moving forward."

Read on.


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