LEAP GRANT UPDATE: READING TOGETHER AT ARMLEY LIBRARY, PART 2
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At a time when the immigration debate is boiling over, Americans are losing the ability to discuss the very phenomenon that has defined who we are as a nation. Using narratives and photographs, "Green Card Stories"introduces fifty remarkable people from every continent who are currently contributing their energy, talent, and commitment to the American heartland. Part of a multifaceted public dialog project carried out in partnership with a broad network of organizations across the country, "Green Card Stories"shows conclusively that today's immigrants have a common thread in their enormous energy and determination to get to America and make their dreams come true.
Ariana Lindquistis an award-winning documentary photographer based in Shanghai, China, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has worked for"Time," "Business Week," "Saveur," and"Financial Times"magazine, among others.
Stephen Yale-Loehris a preeminent authority on US immigration and asylum law and a professor at Cornell University School of Law.
Laura Danielsonis a senior partner at the law firm of Fredrikson and Bryon in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Saundra Amrheinis an award-winning journalist who has been a reporter at the"St. Petersburg Times"since December 1999. She currently writes about general news, with a focus on immigration issues.
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