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Re-imagining Migration 

Re-imagining Migration's mission is to ensure that all young people grow up understanding migration as a fundamental characteristic of the human condition, in order to develop the knowledge, empathy and mindsets that sustain inclusive and welcoming communities.

We live in an era of mass migration. Young people – whether they are part of an arriving or receiving culture – strive to form their identities as learners, community members and change-makers in the context of this global phenomenon. At Re-imagining Migration, we are catalyzing a community of educational leaders and social organizations around making migration a part of their curriculum and culture so that all students can feel supported in their social, emotional, academic, and civic growth. Join us in this important work.

For more information on Re-imagining Migration, visit our website.


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Xenophobia in America: Xenophobia and distrust of immigrants was rife in turn of the century New York City, pictured here in 1890
Xenophobia in America: Exploring the Roots of Immigration and Historical Struggles Professor Erika Lee is one of the leading historians of...
identifying civic issues
Challenging Civic Issues in the Age of Coronavirus Late last night, a new wave of COVID-19 connected immigration news began to crash to shore. On...
Wong Kim Ark and Birthright Citizenship Poster
In the 1898 supreme court case the United States v. Wong Kim Ark, Wong Kim Ark won the right of birthright citizenship for everyone born in the...
Six Self-Care Strategies for Educators Serving Immigrant-Origin Students
  • Multiple Subjects
  • Pre-K, K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
The challenges educators face responding to the social and emotional and educational needs of immigrant students and their peers have rarely been...
young Asian boy deals from bullying in school from xenophobia classmates
Xenophobic Bullying in Schools: Roots of the Cause This post is part one in a two-part series on the effects of xenophobic bullying in schools and...
addressing xenophobia in schools is more feasibly by building culturally responsive schools
Addressing Xenophobia: Building Inclusivity in Schools This post is part two in a two-part series. In part one, learn how xenophobic bullying is...
The Growing Importance of Culturally Responsive Teaching The students entering schools in the United States are the most diverse cohort in the...
Constructing a Culturally Responsive Teaching Classroom Migration and immigration are in the news every day. Whether the news is about what is going...
Driving Engagement with Graphic Novels for Kids Introducing subjects like migration into your classroom, through a historic or current events lens,...
In August, the Asian American Literature Festival will be hosted by the Smithsonian Asian American Pacific Center . Re-imagining Migration’s Adam...