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i, immigrant By Nana S. Achampong
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An introspective of the immigrant underground experience in Maryland, as seen through the lives of an unlikely cast whose incursions into Cyberia, the supernatural, and the back streets of Baltimore... More > leave behind a trail of darkness and chills. Through the eyes of undocumented Cape Verdean immigrant Mascarenhas Sonhando, this pseudo-murder mystery provokes candid discussions on race, citizenship, undocumented immigration, the 'akata' infamy, interracial America, gender roles, and the vestiges of colonization. “If an indigenous person had a choice of who his colonial oppressor (the Dutch, the French, the Swiss, the Danes, the British) should be, by far the preferred option of tormenter would surely be the Americans; to their brutality was always added a commensurate portion of compassion. They would rape you, and then rehabilitate you, complete with complimentary therapy….” Once in America though, Mascarenhas' fantasies of the black Eden quickly dissolve into a nightmare in Sodom&Gomorrah.< Less
i, immigrant By Nana S. Achampong
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An introspective of the immigrant underground experience in Maryland, as seen through the lives of an unlikely cast whose incursions into Cyberia, the supernatural, and the back streets of Baltimore... More > leave behind a trail of darkness and chills. Through the eyes of undocumented Cape Verdean immigrant Mascarenhas Sonhando, this pseudo-murder mystery provokes candid discussions on race, citizenship, undocumented immigration, the 'akata' infamy, interracial America, gender roles, and the vestiges of colonization. “If an indigenous person had a choice of who his colonial oppressor (the Dutch, the French, the Swiss, the Danes, the British) should be, by far the preferred option of tormenter would surely be the Americans; to their brutality was always added a commensurate portion of compassion. They would rape you, and then rehabilitate you, complete with complimentary therapy….” Once in America though, Mascarenhas' fantasies of the black Eden quickly dissolve into a nightmare in Sodom&Gomorrah.< Less
Education and Immigration Reformation By Dr. Thomas Noyola
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The stories of five undocumented students that graduated from a two-year college in Texas are told. Live the expereinces shared by living in the shadows of this country and expereincing the... More > challenges and barriers faced by those who are undocumented in the United States.< Less
Give Me Eyes - Crossing Borders to the Heart By Todd Drake
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In 12 simple but telling images artist Todd Drake relates the poignant tale of a couple who cross the US/Mexican border illegally in persuit of their dreams. Created in collaboration with... More > undocumented Mexican immigrants, this book opens the eyes of the reader to the hopes and tribulations of those who seek a better life in this manner.< Less
Give Me Eyes - Crossing Borders to the Heart By Todd Drake
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In 12 simple but telling images artist Todd Drake relates the poignant tale of a couple who cross the US/Mexican border illegally in persuit of their dreams. Created in collaboration with... More > undocumented Mexican immigrants, this book opens the eyes of the reader to the hopes and tribulations of those who seek a better life in this manner.< Less
Root and Branch By Breck LeSueur
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In the wake of a bloody supermarket shooting involving an illegal immigrant, a small, Arizona farm town is turned upside down. Guns, tempers, and one hundred degrees! Included in the book are six... More > complete stories: "Root and Branch", "Five Humvees" "As Children Lost", "Grandpa Knows" "Funeral Flowers", and "Half Sandwich"< Less
Jesus for Revolutionaries: An Introduction to Race, Social Justice, and Christianity By Robert Chao Romero
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Are you a "revolutionary"? Are you passionate about issues of race and social justice, and also curious about faith? This book by UCLA professor and pastor, Robert Chao Romero, is for you!... More > J4R is an introduction to race, social justice, and Christianity for activists. Topics include: a biblical framework for diversity, race, and gender; mixed race issues; undocumented immigration; affirmative action; politics and faith; the history of Christian social justice; and, Christian community development and organizing.< Less
A Redneck Solution: The Rebel Crusade By J.T. O'Brien
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Federal penitentiary inmate Ryan Newell is passionate about his vision of seeing the United States of America secure its borders with the military and finally put an end to illegal immigration. He is... More > a decorated veteran who loves his country and is embarking on a crusade to force the government to change its policies regarding border security. With the help of four friends who are also patriotic army veterans disillusioned with the government’s failed immigration policies, he is determined to stop illegal immigration or die trying. The rebels unleash a wave of horrific attacks on all states that Border Mexico. Week after week terrorists’ attacks spread panic throughout the country. The endless attacks create a media frenzy focused on the extreme lack intelligence regarding the attacks, law enforcement failures, and the state and federal government leaders’ inability to put an end to the violence. The liberals are whining and the conservatives are making all necessary plans to take advantage of the crisis.< Less
Jesus for Revolutionaries: An Introduction to Race, Social Justice, and Christianity By Robert Chao Romero
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Are you a "revolutionary"? Are you curious about exploring issues of race and social justice from a Christian perspective? This book by UCLA Professor and Pastor, Robert Chao Romero, is for... More > you! Topics covered include: a biblical framework for understanding poverty, race, and gender; undocumented immigration; politics; affirmative action; mixed race issues; Christian social justice pioneers; and, an introduction to the Christian world of social justice and community development.< Less
The Recipe Box By Linda Ross Meyer
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When April's beloved Cheyenne grandmother dies, all her cousins receive rights to a rich oil deposit on the farm where April lived with her Granny. But April herself inherits only a recipe box. Her... More > scheming Aunt Lily wants to overturn Granny's will and drag April off to Kansas City. The oil company wants to drain the marsh that nurtures April's cherished migrant bird visitors. And April herself misses Granny. The recipe box, however, has a special magic of its own, a magic that is deeply connected to April's own Native American family history and to the land. When April makes loaves of Disappearing Whole Wheat Bread, the wild magic of the recipe box leads her into a friendship with the Gonzales children, whose parents have been detained by immigration authorities. Together, the four children mix up a brew of hospitality that brings the colorful characters of this small town back to the same table.< Less