Formal citizenship requirements for political participation excludes not only noncitizens, but also many individuals from racial communities perpetually seen as foreigners. Ming Hsu Chen of the University of California Hastings College of Law looks at regulatory barriers, such as voter ID laws, that inhibit both racial minorities and non-citizens from participating equally in the American political process. She offers proposals for regulatory changes that would create a more equitable political order.
Chen, Ming Hsu, "Race and Regulation Podcast Episode 7 - Citizenship, Race, and Political Inequality" (2022). Penn Program on Regulation Podcasts. 5.