Hear No Evil: Asylum Policy in America

Hear No Evil: Asylum Policy in America

By WNYC Studios

Notes from America

Monday, 4 October

Displaced Haitians are still seeking safe harbor. But the U.S. long ago abandoned the ideal that all migrants should at least be allowed to tell their stories. Host Kai Wright is joined by globally recognized immigrant rights advocate and professor at Columbia Law School, Elora Mukherjee, to break down asylum. When refugees arrive, how do we respond, and how are we all implicated in that choice?

Companion listening for this episode:

Wash. Rinse. Repeat. Haiti and International Aid (8/23/2021)

Haiti’s recent tragedies revives a conversation about disaster, aid, and how people recover. Then, a discussion about perspective on the 30th anniversary of the Crown Heights riots.

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