The Dehumanization of Immigration | Language, Health, and Racism

The United States is a country of immigrants. Our diversity makes us who we are today. Unfortunately, due to the politicization of immigration to America, a portion of Americans have a stigma for immigration. Whether it’s migrants from the US-Mexico border, Asia, or the Middle East, there are words that have been used for decades in the United States that are dehumanizing…

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Jayson Frascatore

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I write about languages, politics, and climate change | Curated 23x | New contributing writer for ILLUMINATION | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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