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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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Migrant child abandoned and depressed.
Note: This post contains sensitive content regarding the pain and stories related to dehumanization and indifference. I don’t remember the first anti...
Here at Re-imagining Migration , we strive to highlight educational resources that can humanize the experiences of migration to understand the...
Migration books by Asian American Authors
In this article, we explore books by a variety of Asian American authors, that address the many experiences and aspects of migration. Through this...
Among the most charged civic issues of our time is immigration. While the tempting to duck discussions about it might be tempting, neglecting them...
By Adam Strom and Verónica Boix-Mansilla Building An Inclusive Learning Environment The responses to COVID-19 serve as a reminder that while we are...
Five Steps for Creating Welcoming and Inclusive Learning Communities
  • Professional Development
  • 3-5, MS, HS
This graphic breaks down 5 steps for creating welcoming and inclusive learning communities along with tangible actions educators can take to make...
The Re-imagining Migration Learning Arc
  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Our learning arc for understanding migration is centered on the belief that the goal of teaching about migration is not a matter of simply...
By Aakanksha Gupta Cultural Identity and Anxiety: Can You Say My Name? It was the second day of my last semester at college, and I was in a class...