A Rare Look at America at its Best

February 26th, 2016
integration_nation_final.jpgSay the word immigration today, and the political implications are both ugly and controversial.  On the plus side a survey out just this week shows that a significant majority of young people in the US see themselves as citizens of the world, and not just citizens of America.  A full 58% feel that the US is no better than many other countries in the world.  

It is against this backdrop of hope and acceptance, that Susan Eaton (Integration Nation: Immigrants, Refugees, and America at Its Best)explores real people doing real work, to fully realize the power of immigration and integration and to make us stronger in what certainly right now seems like our broken places.

My conversation with Susan Eaton: