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What a Just Immigration Policy Looks Like

THE SOMALI-BRITISH WRITER WARSAN SHIRE begins her poem “Home” with the line, “No one leaves home unless / home is the mouth of a shark.”

Whatever the inciting forces are that propel people to undertake what is inevitably a dangerous, expensive, and arduous journey from their homeland into the unknown—the kind that rips apart families—they must be grim. And in the increasingly politicized debates within “destination countries” over

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