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Aarti Shahani
author. HERE WE ARE: American Dreams, American Nightmares. contributor (ex Silicon Valley correspondent)
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Jackie Vimo 21m
MUST-READ by the brilliant . When asked what her book was about, she answered: "It’s about the decade-long deportation case I fought to keep my father in this country after your husband signed those laws in 1996."
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Roben Farzad 14h
"Bill Clinton Owes My Father an Apology" Bill Clinton took responsibility for contributing to mass incarceration. He has yet to say he’s sorry for his role in mass deportation.
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Aarti Shahani 14h
Wherever the Supreme Court lands, I am hopeful cuz: * DREAMers, you know you belong. So you'll make it so. * Olson, who argued FOR immigrants today, argued AGAINST them post 9/11. THAT is progress! * open American culture will beat out closed American law
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NPR Extra 23h
Applications are now open for our Reflect America Fellowship, a program aimed at bringing a greater diversity of voices to NPR's news coverage. Applications open today and close at 11:59 EST p.m. on Dec. 15, 2019. 👇🏼
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Aarti Shahani Nov 11
I'd be honored. Thank you.
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Professor Mandal Nov 11
If it’s alright with you, I would love to assign your book for the graduate class I teach at Hunter College on immigrants & refugees. Your book is going to blow my students away. Sending love to the west coast.
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Aarti Shahani Nov 11
“I fell in love with her instantly,” Mr. Carter said, laughing. “But it took her at least a couple of hours to fall in love with me.”
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Mark Obbie Nov 11
"When violent crime was at a historic high, [Bill Clinton] made the radical move of turning immigrants and immigration into problems to be solved through crime control." on the long tail of those 1990s policy decisions.
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Aarti Shahani Nov 11
Well everyone's entitled to their interpretation... Separately from her husband -- who is my focus here -- Hillary Clinton did decline to support a reform that would have allowed immigration judges to *consider* American kids before deporting a parent.
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Ben Jealous Nov 11
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Vauhini Vara Nov 11
When asked what her book was about, this was the answer: "It’s about the decade-long deportation case I fought to keep my father in this country after your husband signed those laws in 1996."
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Jeremy Raff Nov 11
a vivd example of how "Clinton’s bills, by building a robust pipeline for mass deportation, created the legal architecture for present-day human-rights abuses at the border." ..from
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Azmat Khan Nov 11
We know about the link btwn mass incarceration & Bill Clinton's crime laws, but what about the laws he signed that created the legal architecture for mass deportation today? digs into this forgotten history & argues he owes Americans an apology:
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The Atlantic Nov 11
"While we’ll never forget what Bill Clinton did, we can forgive and heal," writes .
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Aarti Shahani Nov 8
"According to flyers distributed by the company, [the test] will also warn clients about any embryo predicted to become a person who is among the shortest 2% of the population, or who is in the lowest 2% in intelligence."
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Pallavi Gogoi Nov 8
We are hiring! NPR is hiring a Silicon Valley correspondent to cover technology -- one of the most dynamic and influential industry of our times. If you like news and have a passion for storytelling apply here:
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Rose Jackson Nov 7
Really money line from while talking with about her new book “Here We Are”: “Information asymmetry is how power works.”
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Ezra Klein Nov 7
Replying to @aarti411 @TheBatterySF
That's from 's searing, searching memoir "Here We Are." Looking forward to interviewing her tonight at .
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Ezra Klein Nov 7
"To migrate to America—to cross the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean or the Sonoran Desert—is the boldest act of one’s life. You do it to be the hero of your own story."
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Seth Freed Wessler Nov 7
This is a fantastic interview. "Once you are targeted, once you are tagged, you are never let out of the box that defines you." Just ordered 's book, "HERE WE ARE."
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