March 30 - 31
Stopping migration from the Northern Triangle of Central America has become a priority of the Trump administration, yet the country is divided on the appropriate response to immigration. Sonia Nazario is a Pulitzer-winning journalist best known for Enrique's Journey, her story of a Honduran boy’s struggle to find his mother in the U.S. Recently, her dispatches from Honduras have been harrowing and compelling. Nazario will discuss how immigration policy affects the lived experience of migrants. What works and what doesn’t to stem the flow of migration in the context of what’s happening in the Northern Triangle and U.S. foreign policy?