Millennials’ Attitudes Toward Immigrantsand Immigration Policies
This research was authored by Judi Lerman and edited by Eleni Delimpaltadaki Janis, Juhu Thukral, and Jason Drucker.The Opportunity Agenda’s Immigrant Opportunity initiative is unded with project support romCarnegie Corporation o New York, Four Freedoms Fund, U.S. Human Rights Fund, Oak Foundation,Unbound Philanthropy, and the Ford Foundation, with general operating support rom Open SocietyFoundations. The statements made and views expressed are those o The Opportunity Agenda.
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