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Libros Latin@s: Enrique's Journey

By Lila Quintero Weaver

PUBLISHER’S DESCRIPTION: Based on the Los Angeles Times newspaper series that won two Pulitzer Prizes, this astonishing story puts a human face on the ongoing debate about immigration reform in the United States. 1,076 more words

Latin@ Literature

Immigrant

I have decided to focus my zine project on the theme of immigration. This is not only a hot topic, it is one that I feel passionate about and is one that is close to my heart. 224 more words

Immigration

Migrants Contribute Event Recap: Time to get Social :)

On October 24th, Migrant organisation leaders and supporters gathered at Migreat office to work on Migrants Contribute Campaign‘s next steps. LAWRS (Latin American Women Rights Service) led the group to think actions following an introduction the campaign missions and a presentation by… 516 more words

Migrant Communities

Rate of return on Immigrants

Today we have seen Sir Nicholas Winton honoured by the Czech Republic for his work on the kindertransport which was responsible for about 10,000 children escaping to Britain from the Nazis. 618 more words

Immigration

Wet Clothes and Holy Lives

Among the pebbles, sand, and discarded soda bottles that you can find along most any river, on the Texas shore of the Rio Grande, clothes are left abandoned on the bank: dirty t-shirts, the worn-out elastic from tighty-whitey underwear, socks without partners. 481 more words

An Illegitimate Birth in Galicia? Not Necessarily

Certain words have a remarkable way of capturing our attention. The term Illegitimate, if connected to an ancestor, seems to be one of those words that has the potential to wake us up and throw our brains into overdrive. 777 more words

Genealogy