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immigration

Diversity+Inclusion
Group helps immigrant families navigate health care challenges
Published Oct 22, 2018
Bayview's Centro Sol hosts workshop, discussion as part of annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference
University leaders issue response to ICE petition
Published Oct 17, 2018
Johns Hopkins does not intend to end two existing agreements to provide education, training to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency
Immigration
The impacts of 'zero-tolerance'
Published Sept 18, 2018
Experts discuss the short- and long-term ramifications of family separation at the border
Daniels addresses Supreme Court decision on immigration ban
Published June 29, 2018
JHU president says university 'will continue to support and champion our international students, faculty, staff, and patients'
Q+A
The impact of family separation
Published June 21, 2018
Paul Spiegel says that for children, being separated from their parents is a trauma that can have 'very negative effects' / Newsweek
Alum named Soros Fellow
Published April 17, 2018
Neuroscientist Chung-ha Davis receives prestigious award that recognizes outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants
Understanding childhood resilience
Published Oct 11, 2017
In study of Hispanic children, researchers find those in immigrant families experience less trauma than U.S.-native born counterparts / Hopkins Medicine
'Spare Parts' subjects deliver topical keynote
Published Sept 8, 2017
Oscar Vazquez and Fredi Lajvardi, whose stories are featured in 2014 book, discuss DACA, immigration, activism
JHU reaffirms support after DACA decision
Published Sept 6, 2017
President, provost send message in wake of news that program that protects certain undocumented immigrants will be rescinded
#JHU2021
Something in common
Published Aug 29, 2017
New JHU students discuss shared summer reading assignment, 'Spare Parts'