The Tomorrow’s America Interview Series
The Tomorrow’s America Interview Series is a comprehensive collection of provocative interviews that examine the political, social, economic, environmental and cultural aspects surrounding immigration from the 1890s through the first decade of the 21st century. Each interview is available for purchase on DVD.
Each volume in the Interview Series features in-depth and unabridged commentary from a prominent national spokesperson on immigration issues and America’s future. Interviewees include leading scholars, policymakers, and activists engaged in the intensifying national immigration debate.
Click a thumbnail below for a short preview video of each interviewee. For more information about the interviewee, links to other websites and information resources, and to purchase a copy of the DVD, click the interviewee’s name.
Executive Director of Progressives for Immigration Reform
Vice Chair of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, 1990-1997
Demographer with the Brookings Institution and a professor at the University of Michigan
Historian and author of Immigration Reform and America’s Unchosen Future and Unguarded Gates
Economist and business journalist whose focus is the nation's financial burden caused by mass immigration and increasing population
Executive director of the Earth Policy Institute, author of Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization, and one of the world's foremost thinkers on environmental issues
An early environmental activist and three-term governor of Colorado who successfully led the fight against funding the 1976 Winter Olympics
A retired Catholic priest who spent 50 years in Africa, the Caribbean, and New York City, and author of On The Immorality of Illegal Immigration
Executive director of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform ('94–'97) and director of the Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown
Founder and executive director of NumbersUSA, a citizens' organization lobbying Congress for immigration reduction legislation and against "open borders"