Open Borders Day is an annual celebration of the freedom of movement across international borders that started in 2014. This year, the Open Borders movement has organized a series of talks in cities across America. In Washington, D.C., America’s Future Foundation will host a debate between Bryan Caplan and immigration critic Mark Krikorian. At San Francisco’s Green Arcade bookstore, Tanya Golash-Boza will read from her new book, Deported: Policing Immigrants, Disposable Labor and Global Capitalism published by New York University Press. In Chicago, Fabio Rojas will give a talk about the case for open borders at Northwestern University. In Boston, Harvard economists Jeffrey Miron and Lant Pritchett will discuss migration liberalization on March 9, a week earlier than other events. They will be joined by Valerie Vande Panne from the Massachusetts Immigrant Refugee Advoacy Coalition.
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