In two new policy fact sheets, we share findings from the Research on Immigrant Health and State Policy survey that shows that In two new policy fact sheets, we share findings from the at the workplace, accessing health care, encountering law or immigration enforcement, and using public benefits.
In this American Journal of Public Health editorial, Steven P. Wallace and I identify principles and priorities for immigration policy and health research under the new presidential administration. We must address structural racism in immigratio policy, decriminalize immigrants, provide a path to citizenship for all, dismantle categories of deservingness, and stand with immigrants.
My recent publication in BMC Public Health shows that in states that have more policies that criminalize immigrants have greater inequities in access to health care between citizens and noncitizens. Find a free, open access copy of the paper here.