The majority of LGBT asylum seekers migrating to the U.S. come from the Northern Triangle, but can they escape violence and discrimnation at the border?
Aaron Smith is a senior from Nottingham, England studying Environmental Studies and International Relations, while pursuing a Master of Environmental Studies through the Progressive Degree Program. His interest in the field of international relations focuses on climate change and its effects on human security, specifically with reducing environmental inequality and climate-related forced migration. In addition to GPI, Aaron is a counselor and assistant director of counselor affairs for USC's Troy Camp and is an active member of the Trojan Knights.
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