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Erika Lee answers WCCO’s ‘Good Question’

By March 3, 2015September 16th, 2023No Comments
Erika Lee

Erika Lee

Erika Lee provided an expert perspective for WCCO News’ “Good Question” segment on March 2. The question was “Where Do Our Immigrants Come From?”

Lee, a University of Minnesota history professor and director of the U’s Immigration History Research Center, which works closely with our Immigration History Research Center and Archives, provided reporter Heather Brown with information on how the percentage of foreign-born people in America has changed over time. 

For example, it peaked at 15 percent around the turn of the 20th century and dropped to a low of 5 percent in 1970, following a change in federal law. Currently, the percentage is about 13 percent. 

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“One of the problems right now is that it’s been 50 years since we’ve had comprehensive immigration reform,” Lee told Brown. 

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