The Politics of Prejudice: How Passports Rubber-Stamp Our Indifference to Refugees

Following the attacks in Paris on Friday, November 13, media across the globe reported the discovery of a Syrian passport found near the body of one of the suicide bombers. “It remained unclear if the passport was authentic,” wrote the "New York Times." Regardless o…

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