'Enrique's Journey': How to fix immigration in a humane way

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The Haven at First and Market

112 West Market Street

Charlottesville, VA 22902

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Join us for a discussion about immigration in the United States with the author of Enrique's Journey.

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Join Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Sonia Nazario, author of Enrique's Journey, for a wide ranging and provocative exploration of the promise and perils of immigration. In conversation with Miller Center Faculty Senior Fellow David Leblang—who is also professor of politics in the College of Arts and Sciences and of public policy at the Batten School—Nazario will engage in a broader discussion of conditions in Central America, changes in U.S. immigration policies, and ways in which communities welcome immigrants and refugees.

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