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Immigrant Storytelling in the American Narrative: Jo Napolitano's Story

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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Jo Napolitano, author and immigration reporter, discusses immigrant stories and narratives in the United States. She shares both her own story of being adopted after being abandoned in Colombia as a baby and the stories of the immigrant students she profiles in her reporting on immigration.

This presentation 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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Jo Napolitano - An Immigrant's Story
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