Pandemic Effects On Immigration; Milwaukee County’s New Executive

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Mixed image: immigration supporters protesting and David Crowley
Left: Immigration supporters hold up signs outside a courthouse in San Francisco. Haven Daley/AP Photo
Right: New Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley. Image courtesy of Crowley for Milwaukee

First, we talk to a national reporter about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting immigration into the United States. Then, we speak to the new Milwaukee County executive-elect and soon-to-be former state legislator David Crowley.

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Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Jana Rose Schleis Producer
  • Steven Potter Producer
  • Caitlin Dickerson Guest
  • David Crowley Guest

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