Case Study: Unexpected Political Collaboration on Immigration Policy

McCaw Hall September 15, 2022 12:10 pm - 1:00 pm

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Ali Noorani
Lauren Higgins
Branden S. Polk

In a world that seems more divided than ever, two organizations that are seen to be on opposite sides of the ideological divide in the United States came together to collaborate on immigration policy.  Learn how they leaned into what they had in common in order to transcend differences, providing a case study demonstrating that pluralism makes it possible to achieve progress.

Join Ali Noorani, program director for U.S. Democracy at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Branden S. Polk, director, strategic partnerships at Stand Together, and Lauren Higgins, director of ecosystem strategy at New Pluralists, to learn how to bridge entrenched differences, collaborate, and realize a shared agenda.