• “Through its timely programs and excellent educational resources, Re-Imagining Migration is changing the way that we think, teach, and learn about the migration experience and its importance to the United States. I have been privileged to work with the team on a number of projects, but I also rely on Re-Imagining Migration resources in my classroom as well! The team is doing valuable, impactful work that benefits all of us.”

    Erika Lee, Author, Scholar, and
    President-Elect, Organization of American Historians

Re-Imagining Migration – It’s not an option, it’s an imperative.

Re-imagining Migration addresses one of our nation’s most challenging issues today: the ways that polarization, prejudice, and hatred between people of different identities, backgrounds, and perspectives are dividing and damaging our communities and our nation. In the current environment, children of immigrants are often targets of overlapping prejudices as both members of immigrant families and as young people of color. These factors impair their academic, social, and civic opportunities for success, and imperil the prospects for our shared democracy.

Our Vision

We believe that leveraging opportunities across the educational ecosystem to build bridges among young people in classrooms and communities is one of the most compelling and effective ways to change this destructive dynamic. Our new research-based approach is designed to achieve this.

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