Literature Review: How Refugees Learn About Race in America

By Sulagna Datta, Jacob Ewing, Yumeka Kawahara, Sara Lodgen, Lucy Mastellar, Sarah Rose Morehouse, Charlie Williams, Dr. Karen Jacobsen

Refugees in Towns is pleased to release Assessing Refugees’ Understanding of and Responses to U.S. Race Relations: A Literature Review. The review served as the foundation for RIT’s ongoing Race and Refugees research project, including two case reports: Mobile, Alabama and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Learn more about the study and its ongoing research in Tufts Now’s article, “How Do Refugees in the United States Learn About Race?”

We would like to acknowledge the Hello Neighbor Network, Dwell Mobile, and the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life for their financial and technical support in producing this research.

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