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Carnegie Corporation Jun 27
Join us and take part in the celebration of ! We invite you to share your own , whether recent or in the distant past.
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SmithsonianFolklife Dec 4
“My father was a firm believer in the Chinese phrase 报喜不报忧: tell stores of happiness, not stories of worry. Perhaps, for this reason, the phone seldom rang, and the mystery around him remained as clouded as ever...” Read on:
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Joe Feb 25
Can anybody recommend books/documentaries/online resources about the 19c Chinese diaspora in and around Limehouse? ( perhaps may know!?)
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Immigrants of Toronto Aug 30
Enjoy the long weekend and don't forget to listen to the next episode on Tuesday!
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Khayrallah Center 13h
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Immigrants of Toronto Aug 29
My guest next week is Raj Dam, an immigrant that moved to Toronto from India last year. He'll be sharing his immigration story with us. Listen to his story on Tuesday!
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JadeAnna Jul 20
Where is Home? I wrote this a few years ago, but it still stands so strong today.
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Milstein Law Group Jun 24
— Trump’s immigration plan would have overlooked this Nobel Prize winner behind life-saving MRI technology. “Had we stayed in Europe, I probably would have become a tailor.”
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Mervi Salo 17 Jan 19
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Out of Eden Learn Apr 10
Watch Jin Park () speak on "The Bitterness of Selectivity & Belonging." Final talk in the series, "Immigration Narratives of Self-reliance & Solidarity."
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sheela banerjee Jan 22
This is very late in the day as I can't seem to work out twitter, but here's my article in about my mum and my aunt's experience of arriving in this country in the sixties, from small town
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ComNetwork SF May 1
Great conversation about the importance of telling immigration stories with "voice, context, and complexity." Thank you , PJ Podesta and Rev. Deb Lee at Interfaith Movement for Humani Integrity.
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Angela Burke Kunkel 🚛📚 Jul 26
Reading and loving Other Words For Home by Jasmine Warga. Such a beautiful and important middle grade novel in verse.
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Blair Apr 5
If you're looking for for your , then check out this "Diaspora and Migration" reading list from , featuring 's USEFUL PHRASES FOR IMMIGRANTS!
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Khayrallah Center Nov 1
an African-American nurse traveled to Lebanon in 1951 to assist in launching the country's nursing education program? Read her story :
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Lauren Alwan Aug 13
My paternal grandfather, Muneer Alwan, in his baker’s apron, walking into his Atlantic Avenue store, Brooklyn, 1948. He immigrated here from Damascus with his four brothers around 1919.
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keitlyn.a Oct 1
So very proud of these students and getting to share a peek at the magic that is
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Annie Tan Jan 12
Replying to @caveatnyc
Every time I go to I get some new insight on the immigrant experience. Thank you for all your stories! Come hear some new from Feb. 8th 4pm at on the Lower East Side! I'll be hosting once again! 💜
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Diaspora Law 11 Jan 19
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𝕒𝕞𝕞𝕦 Jul 9
Replying to @durgashanti
Here’s to you, mom. Even though you’re not on Twitter. I love you, I’m amazed by you, and I’m so proud to be your daughter.
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