The Princeton Program in Latin American Studies in collaboration with the Center for Migration and Development, the Program in Latino Studies, and the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund hosted a Roundtable on Deportations and National Security on Monday, March 28th, 2011, at the Friend Center Convocation Room, Princeton University. The event was meant to draw attention to timely and seldom addressed issues of the highest public interest. Julia Preston, Pulitzer Prize winner and National Immigration Correspondent for The New York Times, presided.
Immigration Policy, Deportations and National Security Homeland Security Department (DHS) officials, New Jersey Representative Rush Holt, directors and leaders of national and local immigration and civil rights groups, and academics discussed U.S. deportations and immigration policy. According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. deported record numbers of illegal aliens in 2009 and 2010, the most deportations since the formation of the DHS.
|David T. Abalos||Seton Hall University|
|Edward Alden||Council on Foreign Relations|
|Robert L. Ashbaugh||Department of Justice|
|Patricia Fernandez-Kelly||Princeton University|
|Janice Fine||Rutgers University|
|Lucas Guttentag||Yale Law School|
|Rush Holt||Representative - New Jersey - 12th District|
|Lenore Isleib||Saint Anthony of Padua|
|Maria (Charo) Juega||Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund|
|Anastasia Mann||Rutgers University|
|Ryan Stark Lilienthal||Stark and Stark|
|David A. Martin||University of Virginia|
|Douglas S. Massey||Princeton University|
|Alejandro Portes||Princeton University|
|Julia Preston||New York Times|
|John Sandweg||Department of Homeland Security|
|Rev. Dr. Nancy Schluter||Covenant Presbyterian Church|
|Rev. Jeffrey A. Vamos||Presbyterian church of Lawrenceville|
|William Westerman||Princeton University|
|Kevin Wilkes||Princeton Borough Council|
Watch the full Immigration Policy, Deportations & National Security video on C-SPAN.