Tell complex stories about immigration in the United States and find strategies for serving immigrant students and families. Address immigration myths, research changing demographics and explore the value of a diverse society. In addition, type "Immigrant Heritage" in the Learning for Justice search engine to find resources to help teach all students accurately about immigration and offer undocumented and ELL students resources and support.
The I Am An Immigrant campaign encourages all Americans to celebrate the monumental contributions that immigrants have made — and continue to make — every day. In celebration of Immigrant Heritage, watch “Out of Many, We Are One” featuring the unique voices of dozens of artists and activists sharing their stories – including those with immigrant backgrounds, new Americans, and those whose families have been a part of the American experience for generations.
The Immigrantly Podcast (formerly The Alien Chronicles) is an independent WOC-led, weekly podcast that aims to deconstruct stereotypical narratives of immigrants, their second-generation kids, people of color, and change-makers with cross-cultural, nuanced conversations. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on the issues we address through dialogue full of rich nuances. Immigrantly is just as much about problematizing the forces that shape our identity as the ordinary questions and passions that join us as humans.
Where are you really from? It's a question that immigrant communities of color across different generations are asked all the time. In this audio and video series, National Public Radio (NPR) takes back the narrative and answers the question on their own terms, one conversation at a time — with family, friends and experts. These are their stories.
Hello Neighbor is a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit organization founded in 2017 committed to supporting recently resettled refugee and immigrant families that envisions a welcoming, inclusive, and vibrant Pittsburgh and America, whose newest neighbors can realize their dreams of success and prosperity. They aspire to see communities where everyone is valued for their diverse perspectives and are empowered to rebuild their lives with dignity and respect.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh welcomes all individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds and celebrates the diversity that is Pittsburgh today. In celebration of Immigrant Heritage, discover a selection of nonfiction titles that explore multicultural stories from individuals all over the world.