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Byline: Maria Cristina Garcia

 An older man and woman carrying luggage walk away from boats pulled to the edge of a flooded highway in New Orleans


Climate Refugees

This is an episode from the “What Makes Us Human?” podcast's fifth season, "What Do We Know about Inequality?" from Cornell University’s College of Arts & Sciences, showcasing the newest thinking from across the disciplines about inequality. Featuring audio essays written and recorded by Cornell faculty, the series releases a new episode each Thursday through the fall semester.


How the American asylum bureaucracy grew

History Professor Maria Cristina Garcia writes in this Wall Street Journal editorial that the policy makers who crafted the 1980 Refugee Act never imagined that within a generation the U.S. would be flooded with requests.