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Mary Kay Kloian, the host of The Legal Edition, interviewed Re-imagining Migration Director Adam Strom about migration, US history, and the importance of education in the Spring of 2019. Use the link below to watch the conversation.
By Kimberly Young with Adam Strom Introducing migration into your classroom, through a historic or current event lens can feel overwhelming. Where do you start? One possible resource is graphic novels.* Mirroring the continued historic increases of people on the move worldwide, growing numbers of graphic texts (memoirs, journalism histories, and fiction) are centered on […]
In this seven-minute film, Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, Wasserman Dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies reflects on the role of educators, particularly teachers, in a world of migration. In particular, Suárez-Orozco focuses on the role of relationships between teachers and students. Re-imagining Migration’s The Role of Educators in a World on the […]
Re-imagining Migration is looking for an energetic entry-level Social Media Coordinator to work part-time with our team and help our social accounts improve reach and engagement. In this 10 hour a week, contract position, you will be responsible for conducting research on our target audience and designing social campaigns and a social media strategy that […]
by John McDonald “Migration,” says Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, “is as old as Homo sapiens, it is an ancient and shared condition of our humanity.” Suarez-Orozco, the Wasserman Dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and a noted scholar on migration, likes to say, “We are all immigrants, it is the issue of […]
UPDATED AUGUST 12, 2019, 9:15am On August 3, 2019, news of two mass shootings, the first in El Paso, Texas and the second one in Dayton, Ohio, relayed around the world. While the motives of the shooter in Dayton remain unclear, reports about the motives of the perpetrator in El Paso have focused on a […]
There are many ways that newcomers can become acculturate into a new society. There are two words, that people often use interchangeably, that are associated with the ways that people acculturate: assimilation and integration. Despite the fact that they are often used interchangeably, they do not mean the same thing. Assimilation implies gives up aspects […]
“Did the old songs taunt or cheer you And did they still make you cry? Did you count the months and years Or did your teardrops quickly dry?” From the song, ‘Thousands Are Sailing’ by The Pogues Those living in mid-19th century Ireland faced dire circumstances, as a “fungus-like infection” destroyed Irish potato crops. However, the […]