Thousands of Ukrainians have sought asylum in Chicago since the start of the war in their home country in February 2022. But that has been overshadowed by the thousands of migrants — many of them asylum seekers as well — who have arrived from the U.S.-Mexico border.
Reset explores how federal and foreign policy have played a role in shaping the responses to each group, leading to vastly different outcomes, and what other solutions to the migrant crisis we might pursue.
GUESTS: Juan González, senior fellow at the Great Cities Institute at the University of Illinois Chicago, journalist, researcher and author
Laura Mendoza, immigration organizer, The Resurrection Project