“UC Riverside‘s School of Public Policy has created a research center to spur greater civic engagement across the Inland Empire, the growth of nonprofit groups and the creation of good-paying jobs for the region’s […]
In the News: “Despite what you might have heard, Asian American CEOs are the exception, not the norm”
“Rather than being overrepresented in Silicon Valley, Asian American executives are severely underrepresented. They may be hired in large numbers by tech companies, but Asian Americans are the group least likely to be promoted […]
In the News: “‘You feel invisible’: How America’s fastest-growing immigrant group is being left out of the DACA conversation”
“The number of undocumented Asians has more than tripled since 2000, and they now account for an estimated 1.6 million of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, said Karthick Ramakrishnan, founder and […]
“A 2016 study by Francisco Pedraza, UC Riverside assistant professor of public policy and political science, found that anti-immigrant policies stigmatize both foreign and US-born Latinos by creating a hostile social environment which affects […]
“Despite popular accounts, decades of research actually shows that immigrants – whether legal or illegal – tend to have lower crime rates.
Now, our new research shows that designating a city as a sanctuary has […]