39 min

Episode Seven: The Experience Of Black Immigrants In America They Are Just Deportees

    • Education

US immigration and criminal justice policy has been defined by the countries racist foundations. Because of this inescapable reality, Black immigrants often face a double subjugation from the state, disproportionately experiencing the structural violence of racist policing and the growing nexus of crimmigration laws and policies. In this episode we are joined to discuss these issues by Catherine Labiran and Albert Saint Jean of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI). BAJI is a racial justice and migrant rights organization which engages in education, advocacy, and cross-cultural alliance-building in order to strengthen a national movement to end racism, criminalization, and economic disenfranchisement in Black immigrant, refugee and African American communities.

US immigration and criminal justice policy has been defined by the countries racist foundations. Because of this inescapable reality, Black immigrants often face a double subjugation from the state, disproportionately experiencing the structural violence of racist policing and the growing nexus of crimmigration laws and policies. In this episode we are joined to discuss these issues by Catherine Labiran and Albert Saint Jean of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI). BAJI is a racial justice and migrant rights organization which engages in education, advocacy, and cross-cultural alliance-building in order to strengthen a national movement to end racism, criminalization, and economic disenfranchisement in Black immigrant, refugee and African American communities.

39 min

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