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Dola Haque, Genesis Barco-Medina (PhD ’24), and Cherice Jones (PhD ’24) on Rhetoric and Immigration Violence

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“How we talk about immigrants, how we are told to view them, what we see about them on the news – all of this plays a role in how we define immigrants.”

Read more from English MA student Dola Haque on the power of rhetoric in defining the violent history of the U.S. immigration system, ft. interviews from Writing and Rhetoric PhD students Genesis Barco-Medina and Cherice Jones, for her latest in The Tempest.

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