Edward Kissam / commentary
Edward Kissam is a researcher who has worked on issues related to farmworkers and social programs serving immigrants for more than 30 years. His research on the early impacts of the Immigration Reform and Control Act was published as Working Poor: Farmworkers in the United States. He worked as research analyst for the Adult Education Institute of Research and Planning in the 1990’s, developed curriculum for the state’s Latino Adult Education Services project, and authored the chapter on adult education in the textbook, Latinos and Public Policy in California. Ed is a contributing editor for the Journal of Latino and Latin American Studies, a volunteer advisor to the Centro Binacional de Desarollo Indigena Oaxaqueno, and currently serves as a trustee of the Werner-Kohnstamm Family Fund which supports initiatives contributing to the well-being of immigrants in California and nationally.
Posts by Edward Kissam / commentary
- Transforming ‘deferred action’ for young immigrants into true opportunities ~ February 5th, 2013
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