New book brings to light human aspect of immigration
Four professors from both Florida and Georgia worked together in researching and co-authoring a book, which brings a human aspect to immigration. The book is titled, “Living Illegally,” and will be launched at the Matheson Museum tomorrow at 6 p.m. Earlier today WUFT’s Briana Rittersporn talked with one of the authors, Timothy Steigenga who is a Political Science Professor at FAU. They talked about his book, and the kind of impact he and his co-authors hope it will have on the public.
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