The One Read for Racial Justice is an annual, community reading program whose goals are to center BIPOC stories, create opportunities for dialogues across difference and discipline, inspire action around justice issues, and to promote community. It’s like a giant book club where we all get together to read a common text and then discuss it as a community and plan other events that help deepen our appreciation of the book and its themes. The One Read is an initiative led by the library in collaboration with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and alumni across departments and disciplines.
Green Card Voices Podcast
A podcast about immigrants' stories from the publisher behind Our Stories Carried Us Here.
Saadia Khan tackles the big questions on race, identity & the immigrant experience while challenging mainstream narratives in today’s divided America.
Modern Immigrant is a podcast hosted by Vero, originally from Caracas, Venezuela. Growing up, she was fascinated with her father’s journey as he shared his stories about his immigration. Vero’s experience with immigration continues today as she explores life in the USA. Modern Immigrant creates a space for open discussion and communication about our unique immigration stories.
Redirect is a collaborative blog and podcast (a “blogcast,” if you will) brought to you by Immigration Attorneys Matthew Archambeault (Philadelphia, PA) and Stephen Robbins (Yakima, WA). It is designed to share unique perspectives on U.S. immigration policy and the practice of law.
Only In America
Hear how Americans from all walks of life and from across the political spectrum are experiencing changes in their communities as a result of immigration. Faith leaders, law enforcement officials, business owners and others speak openly about the way culture, identity and values are shaping and defining our country, and they offer a constructive way forward in the immigration debate.
A bold and unconventional collection of first-person stories told and illustrated by immigrants and refugees living across the United States.
Stanford scientist, deaf student, indigenous activist, Black entrepreneur—all immigrants and refugees—recount journeys from their home countries in ten vibrantly illustrated stories. Faced by unfamiliar vistas, they are welcomed with possibilities, and confronted by challenges and prejudice. Timely, sobering, and insightful, Our Stories Carried Us Here acts as a mirror and a light to connect us all with immigrant and refugee experiences. Green Card Voices works to educate and empower communities by amplifying first-person stories of America’s immigrants. (From publisher)
"One feels the otif of the American Dream throughout this book. not as the universal truth it is usually painted as, but as a trope that some of the authors would very much like to undo to get at a more personal truth closer to their own experience."—Thi Bui, author of The Best We Could Do
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