Philosophy Talk | 143: Immigration and Citizenship

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143: Immigration and Citizenship

by Philosophy Talk

What are the effects of immigration on culture in America?
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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1. 143: Immigration and Citizenship (feat. Noe Lozano)
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What are the effects of immigration on culture in America? Does it promote homogenization, diversity, or both? Cultural enrichment, or assimilation? What challenges does immigration raise? What immigration policies should the American government adopt, with respect to economics, culture, and ethics? How can we justify denying privileges and protections to people based simply upon where they were born? What, if any, restrictions on immigration and citizenship are permissible? John and welcome Noe Lozano, Dean of Diversity at Stanford's School of Engineering, to discuss the challenges and benefits of immigration, in a program recorded before a live audience at the College of the Sequoias in Visalia, CA.



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