Publications

 

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, program in North Carolina: Perspectives from Immigrants and Community-Based Organizations

Hannah Gill and Sara Peña | The Latino Migration Project

Hispanic Community Assessment for El Vínculo Hispano/The Hispanic Liaison, EVH

Hannah Gill and Jessica White | The Latino Migration Project

Building Integrated Communities through Language Rights

Deborah M. Weissman (faculty adviser) et. al. | The Human Rights Policy LAB | UNC School of Law

The 287(g) Program: The Costs and Consequences of Local Immigration Enforcement in NC

Mai Thi Nguyen and Hannah Gill | The Latino Migration Project

Latinos in North Carolina: A Growing Part of the State’s Economic and Social Landscape

Hannah Gill | For The Immigration Policy Center

The Latino Migration Experience in North Carolina: New Roots in the Old North State

Hannah Gill | The University of North Carolina Press

Expert Witnesses in U.S. Asylum Cases

Kelcey Baker, Katherine Freeman, Gigi Warner and Professor Deborah M. Weissman | UNC School of Law

The Policies and Politics of the Local Immigration Enforcement Laws 287(g) Program in North Carolina

Deborah M. Weissman et. al. | ACLU of North Carolina and UNC School of Law

Immigrant Integration in NC: A Summit for Cities and Towns

The Latino Migration Project | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Spotlight

The 2020 Census and Building Integrated Communities

The 2020 Census and Building Integrated Communities
When the Building Integrated Communities (BIC) program partners with a city or municipality to assist in the creation of inclusive practices and policies there is a large amount of preparatory work before any work is done.
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