Sociologist Jennifer Lee takes part in D.C. discussion on immigration, intermarriage and multiracial identification
- July 6, 2011
- Watch video highlights, courtesy of C-SPAN
On June 13, authors, political scientists and sociologists – including UCI’s Jennifer Lee – gathered for a conference in Washington, D.C. to discuss issues that divide and unite Americans. Hosted by the Center for Social Cohesion, the topics debated included immigration, poverty, and race. Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor made opening remarks.
Check out video and a full length transcript of the discussion, courtesy of C-SPAN.
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