Ida Salusky

Dr. Ida Salusky is an Assistant Professor of Clinical-Community Psychology at DePaul University and a Public Voices Fellow through The OpEd Project.. Dr. Salusky conducts longitudinal research examining educational equity for historically underrepresented populations in U.S. institutions of higher education. Dr. Salusky teaches graduate seminars in community psychology, clinical ethics and qualitative methods. In addition to her teaching and research, she is active in coalition work to develop an integrated mental healthcare network for immigrant and refugee populations in the city of Chicago.

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The One Reason Asylum-Seekers Aren’t Offered Free Legal Counsel—And Why It Needs To Change

Each year about 100,000 people come to the United States seeking asylum because of persecution…