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Targeted : Homeland Security and the Business of Immigration [Paperback]

by Fernandes, Deepa / Zinn, Howard (FRW)

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Fernandes (host of Wakeup Call, a daily morning show on New York City radio station WBAI) issues a broad attack on the current state of US immigration policy. Weaving in numerous and often tragic personal stories of those affected, she discusses the militarization of the southern border, describes the scope of the immigration detention and deportation machinery, and describes the discriminatory nature of the US asylum track for immigration. For the latter two issues, she discusses the particular case of Haitian immigrants and asylum seekers. The nature of the foreign student and foreign worker programs are discussed, once again highlighting the issue of discrimination. She then turns to the primary drivers of current US immigration policy, including the security-industrial complex and white nationalists, with their undue influence on the legislative agenda. Annotation 2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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Item Type English Books (Paperback)
Publication Date 2006/12
Publisher Seven Stories Pr (US)
ISBN 9781583227282
Size/Pages 302p

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