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Memories and a New Home By A community conversation on the immigrant experience
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Stories of family, immigration and moving to the Bronx, as told by the students of the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation.
The Seniors of Mechler Hall By A community conversation on the immigrant experience
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The Stories of the Seniors of Mechler Hall, as told by the students of Antonia Pantoja Preparatory Academy, in partnership with The Bronx River Art Center.
Poetry of an immigrant By Peter Murray
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A collection of short poems by an Englishman living in Canada. A whole year of emotion and experiences are turned into poetic works on a spare-time based project.
Poetry of an immigrant By Peter Murray
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A collection of short poems by an Englishman living in Canada. A whole year of emotion and experiences are turned into poetic works on a spare-time based project.
The Immigration Secrets By josh daniels
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So, you probably wonder, what does our book "Immigration Secrets" provide you with that other platforms don't? Well, it would be fair to say that using years of knowledege and experience,... More > we have developed a much easier, much more relaiable system to help YOU make all the steps towards acquiring a visa and immigrating to your dream destination. From this point you are two steps away from achieving that goal. With the help of our expert team we have designed a TWO STEP method constructed to be the most efficient in the immigration field for an easy and successful migration.< Less
Immigrant Stories By Patrick/Hernandez Sophomore Team
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In the 2015 spring semester, the Patrick/Hernandez Sophomore class embarked upon a journey. A journey to discover what drives people to move. Focusing on U.S./Latin-American immigration during the... More > twentieth and twenty-first centuries, students were exposed to an array of perspectives and policies. Combining Spanish and Humanities, language and culture; preconceptions were challenged and minds opened. Forming groups, students selected a Latin-American country and attempted to get inside the mind of those affected by immigration. Often victims of more powerful forces, the immigrant’s story is rarely told. Through works of fiction, students revealed why immigrants leave their homeland, what they experience on their journey, and how their life is altered once in the U.S. A fourth group member operated as a wildcard, selecting a perspective that fascinated them.< 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
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
Immigrants Sacrifices By ARACELY SALAZAR
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In time, I achieved every one of my dreams. In my innocence or in my ignorance as a young woman, I was able to overcome the challenges that I had to face every day, nowadays I write my words in this... More > book to not keep quiet my truths, but so that those who read my writings may learn of my experiences, because everything that happened in my life I never planned; it was only my destiny from which I would never have the answer of what happened in my life, only God knows the answer of each one of our destinies. When I cried for my mistakes, only God healed my wounds but then it was why I was able to continue my life blessed, I was not perfect, just vulnerable in the middle of the abuse and humiliations all my life. I survived by fighting one way or another during the most difficult times of my life because I always had faith in God. I emigrated and left everything to begin again from nothing in other lands to recover my life and to succeed.< Less
JOHN WILLIAM WEILAND Luxembourg to America: An Immigrant Experience By Michele Weiland
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John William Weiland, born in 1833 in Bertrange, Luxembourg, made the difficult decision to leave his friends and family and journey alone to a new land of promise -- America. A flood of immigrants... More > surged to the United States from Luxembourg and the rest of Europe during the 19th century. John and farmers like him felt they had no future in a country where the population was growing as the size of their farms was dwindling. Poor harvests only contributed to the urge to search for a brighter future. At the same time, there was a perception that America was a sort of paradise, where there were opportunities for social advancement, land ownership, and political freedom. John and others like him sought a place of refuge similar to their homeland, and he found it with the numerous other Luxembourgers who settled on the rich Midwestern farmland of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.< Less

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