Professor Kristina Campbell's article titled, "Humanitarian Aid is Never a Crime? The Politics of Immigration Enforcement and the Provision of Sanctuary" was selected as Immigration Article of the Day (8/2/2012) by the ImmigrationProf Blog. Prof. Campbell's article argues that the
unprecedented increase in the enforcement of immigration law – on both
the border and the interior – and the politics surrounding comprehensive
immigration reform has given rise to a renewed need for the provision
of sanctuary for undocumented immigrants, and surveys the different
forms of action that can constitute sanctuary. Read the full blog post and article at ImmigrationProf Blog.
Prof. Kristina Campbell is the Director of the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic at UDC-DCSL. Click here to read her full bio.
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