Laila Lalami

author of “Conditional Citizens: On Belonging in America” and professor of creative writing at UC Riverside

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Author Laila Lalami explores identity and belonging in her new memoir, “Conditional Citizens: On Belonging in America.”

Laila Lalami on what happens when a US border agent gets to decide who looks like a citizen

Author Laila Lalami explores identity and belonging in her new memoir, “Conditional Citizens: On Belonging in America.”

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