"Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Mabie-Apallas Public Interest Professor of Law and Chicana/o Studies Univ. of California, Davis, School of Law". He operates the ImmigrationProf blog, and a few days ago I left a comment at his entry "THE 'PAPER CEILING' -- UNDOCUMENTED YOUTHS FACE BARRIERS AT THE BRINK OF ADULTHOOD (First in a Series)", which contains a report from:
Nick Guroff and Singeli Agnew are freelance writers studying journalism at U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. Their reporting is supported by a special James Irvine Foundation grant to develop reporting fellowships for U.C. students and the ethnic media. This is the first in a series of articles on growing up undocumented.The article is what we refer to here as a PIIPP. The comment didn't show up, but since there don't appear to be comments at many other entries, perhaps it's just a technical problem. So, I'll put it here and try sending a trackback. Herewith my comment:
If Fermin gets a tuition discount, it will come at the expense of a U.S. citizen, most likely a Student of Color.
What would you say to that U.S. citizen who had his discount taken away by Fermin, Professor Johnson?
Immigration · Mon, 01/16/2006 - 16:05 · Importance: 1