In Texas yesterday, President Obama argued that America's current immigration system tolerates rule breakers and punishes rule abiders. He stressed the need for comprehensive reform. Harvard Professor Hiro Yoshikawa says four million children are born in the U.S. to undocumented parents, and these parents juggle particular hardships that hurt their children's development. Host Michel Martin speaks with Yoshikawa about his new book Immigrants Raising Citizens.
Undocumented Parents Struggle To Raise Citizen Children
By NPR Staff • May 11, 2011