Nov 6, 2017
Immigration and its implications is just one the areas of focus for an expert who works around the globe in international development. She has taken these and other concerns from the field, to the classroom, to her own consulting firm. On this week's Perspective program a look at immigration, peace, gender equity, fair trade, and sustainable development – and the impact they all have.
Guest: Summer Lewis, an international development consultant and educator, with more than 15 years of academic and professional experience.
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