Immigration

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For James Baldwin, “what kind of human beings we aspired to be” matters more than policy and power.  On this, he was “absolutely right”, according to Eddie Glaude Jr.

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“The book captures, in broad outline, the precarity of the migrant world—leaving behind a very meager existence to venture into the foggy haze of endemic risk, threat, and violence.”

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How can those who read this compelling story of courage, commitment, connection, and love not want to share it with others?”

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“it would be well for all to read One Mighty and Irresistible Tide in order to gain a better understanding of what it means to be an immigrant pursuing the American Dream.”

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Xenophobia has had a long and sordid history in this country, as admirably pointed out by author Erika Lee in the text.

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National Review Senior Editor Richard Brookhiser has written a thoughtful and elegant meditation on the American idea of liberty . . .”

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The Ungrateful Immigrant soars when Nayeri tells her own story. . . . It’s a moving exploration of the lasting impact of losing one’s country.”

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Empire of Borders provides fundamental, essential information about the current human situation at the borders.”  

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“In The Guarded Gate, Okrent shows tremendous insight but also tremendous restraint, letting the alarming rise of racist eugenics unfold in its own time, and painstakingly document

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“While Harriett Tubman had her underground railroad, Margaret Culbertson and her successor Donaldina Cameron, daughter of a Scottish sheep farmer, had their Presbyterian Mission House at 92

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“A wall cannot be built to stop immigration. We have to learn to make the best of it.”

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This is the time of stories about refugees and immigrants in every format possible.

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Laura Wides-Muñoz’s book The Making of a Dream: How a Group of Young Undocumented Immigrants Helped Change What It Means to Be American is out just weeks before a reported 800,000 Dreamers

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This beautiful and horrifying memoir should be required reading by anyone who feels that immigration is the nation’s number one issue right now.

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offers real solutions to the problems immigration poses and gives us facts to combat false narratives and hateful political discourse.”

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“This is a must-read book for everyone who is debating the refugee crisis . . .”