Immigrants and the Importance of English Traci Hong understands the frustrations and ambitions of immigrants. Hong, an immigration advocate who herself emigrated as a child from South Korea, says proposals to make English the official language are misguided.
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Immigrants and the Importance of English

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Immigrants and the Importance of English

Immigrants and the Importance of English

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Traci Hong heads the immigration program at the Asian American Justice Center in Washington, D.C. Asian American Justice Center hide caption

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