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Immigrant Storytelling in the American Narrative: Discussion

Subject English Language Arts, Social Studies — Immigration
Grade Level Grades 1-12, Adult Education
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Attributes English-Language Learners (ELL)
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Ibrahim Hirsi, Marcela Simpson, Jo Napolitano and Theo Rigby discuss how to shape and share immigrant stories. The discussion focuses on the current conversation around immigration in the United States and ways that individuals can contribute.

Ibrahim Hirsi is a researcher at the Immigration History Research Center. Marcela Simpson is a bilingual education specialist. Jo Napolitano is an immigration reporter and author. Theo Rigby is a filmmaker and the founder of iNation Media. This discussion was part of a free webinar, Immigrant Storytelling in the American Narrative, co-hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center's Public Education Institute and Emerging America, part of Collaborative for Educational Services.

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