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At the heart of Re-Imagining Migration are the resources we’ve thoughtfully curated for real-time application of our framework for the students of today.

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Bridging Culture Through Texas BBQ

What can Texas BBQ tell us about integration? This segment from CBS Sunday Morning explains that the Lone Star State’s distinctive barbecue is getting some impressive…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Supporting Immigrant Students’ Success

This Immigrant Learning Center webinar features Re-Imagining Migration Executive Director Adam Strom moderating a discussion on supporting immigrant students’ success. Topics include understanding our students’ lives,…

Types: Video Resources, Webinars

Moments in Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander History

This video is part of the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation’s Asian and Pacific Island Animated Histories Project. This animated video highlights a few of the…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Film “The Indian Problem” from the National Museum of the American Indian

From the National Museum of the American Indian As American power and population grew in the 19th century, the United States gradually rejected the main principle…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Video Resources

We Are Here: Undocumented Americans Past and Present

CIVIC ISSUE As of 2018, 13.7% of the population of the United States was born outside of the country. People have and continue to come to…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Rejecting Assimilation

The words assimilation, integration, and acculturation are often used interchangeably but they mean different things. Assimilation suggests giving up your culture to fit in with the people around…

Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Talking and Teaching about the Refugee Crisis in Ukraine and Beyond

Note: Talking and Taking about the Refugee Crisis in Ukraine and Beyond was updated on April 3, 2022 and is designed to help students make sense of the…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

1917 Silent March Against Lynching

In July of 1917, the NAACP organized a silent march against lynching in New York City. Author James Weldon Johnson is credited with the idea for…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Ma Rainey and The Great Migration

August Wilson’s play Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is set in 1927 and focuses on the experiences of Ma Rainey, a Southern Black singer who has moved North during…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Red Summer: Migration and the 1919 Race Riots

The summer of 1919 in Chicago is known as Red Summer because of violent race riots that broke out in the city. While the immediate spark…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources
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