This report was authored by Loren Siegel (Part I) and Micky Hingorani (Part II) and edited by EleniDelimpaltadaki Janis, Public Opinion and Media Research Coordinator. Special thanks to those whocontributed to the analysis, editing, and design o the report, including Alan Jenkins, Janet Dewart Bell,Christopher Moore, Paulette J. Robinson, Lauren Rigney, and Max Nussenbaum.The Immigrant Opportunity initiative is unded with project support rom Carnegie 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 Starry Night Fund o Tides Foundationand Open Society Foundations. The statements made and views expressed are those o TheOpportunity Agenda.
The Opportunity Agenda
The Opportunity Agenda was ounded in 2004 with the mission o building the national willto expand opportunity in America. Focused on moving hearts, minds, and policy over time, theorganization works with social justice groups, leaders, and movements to advance solutions thatexpand opportunity or everyone. Through active partnerships, The Opportunity Agenda synthesizesand translates research on barriers to opportunity and corresponding solutions; uses communicationsand media to understand and inuence public opinion; and identifes and advocates or policies thatimprove people’s lives. To learn more about The Opportunity Agenda, go to our website atwww.opportunityagenda.org.The Opportunity Agenda is a project o Tides Center.