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EBOOK—Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an ATLANTA High School

$9.99

Based on a successful model used in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Fargo, the Green Card Youth Voices book series is a vehicle to generate awareness about the immigrant experience. This book includes links to the students’ first-person video narrative, a study guide, and glossary to help teachers use the book as an educational resource when teaching about immigration.

EISBN: 978-1-949523-08-9

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On October 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 27th of 2017, the Green Card Voices team traveled to Atlanta to meet with high school students, teachers, principals. We also met with partner organizations: Kennesaw State University (KSU)Latin American Association and members of the Welcoming America. The purpose was to discuss a new book project involving 30 immigrant and refugee students attending the majority immigrant high schools.

Based on a successful model used in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Fargo, the Green Card Youth Voices book series is a vehicle to generate awareness about the immigrant experience. This book includes links to the students’ first-person video narrative, a study guide, and glossary to help teachers use the book as an educational resource when teaching about immigration.

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