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Since January 2016, KMUW's Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap has convened free community conversations on topics that touch our daily lives. Democracy on Tap went digital in April 2020. Viewers can stream the live conversations here at EngageICT.org or KMUW's Facebook page.

Immigration In Kansas | Democracy On Tap

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On June 8, 2021, KMUW's Democracy on Tap convened digitally to discuss immigration in Kansas. Our panel of experts covered the different processes of immigration, how migrants have shaped our state, what's projected in our future and more. 

Panelists:

  • Dr. Laila Ballout | Wichita State University Assistant Professor of History
  • Sandrine Lisk, Esq. | Managing Attorney, Immigration Law & Advocacy
  • Dr. Jay Price | Wichita State University Professor and Chair, Department of History and Director of the Local and Community History Program
  • Yeni Telles | Sunflower Community Action
  • Jo Truong | International Rescue Committee Advisory Council

Here's the recorded conversation:

Immigration in Kansas | KMUW's Democracy on Tap

To view a list of further reading and resources on Immigration in Kansas provided by Wichita Public Library, click here.

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