Resource Library

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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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

History of Immigration in Schools

​​In The History of Immigration in Schools and Stories of Belonging, the Re-Imagining Migration team will present in collaboration with Jessica Lander, teacher of immigrant students at…

Types: Webinars

Immigrant Students and Their Right to Education

All students have a right to education, regardless of their immigration status. However, not all schools are fulfilling that right in practice. Re-Imagining Migration Executive Director…

Types: Webinars

Teaching the Graphic Novel Frontera

HarperCollins Publishers and Re-Imagining Migration invite you to learn about teaching the graphic novel Frontera written by Julio Anta and Jacoby Salcedo. Julio and Jacoby speak with Author and Educational Visionary Sara…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
Types: Webinars

Moving Stories in the Classroom

This webinar explores how educators can use stories of migration – including Carola Suárez- Orozco’s Moving Stories Project – to amplify student voices, build bridges between students, and…

Types: Webinars

The Power of Refugees

Basma Alawee is a refugee. She and her husband fled Iraq after the Iraq war and settled in the United States. Since arriving in the U.S.,…

Types: Lessons, Webinars

Everyone Has a Story

Facing History and Ourselves created “Everyone Has a Story,” a short film about Arn Chorn Pond. Today, Arn is a world-renowned human rights activist who harnesses the…

Types: Lessons, Webinars

The Chicano Movement and Boyle Heights: Teaching Students Activism Webinar

This webinar, facilitated by Re-Imagining Migration Teacher-in-Residence Elisabeth Macias, introduces approaches to teaching about the Chicano Movement in Boyle Heights in Los Angeles. Macias discusses the…

Types: Lessons, Webinars

Understanding Immigrant Origin Students Webinar

In this 30-minute webinar, Re-Imagining Migration co-founder and groundbreaking scholar of immigration, education, and youth, Carola Suárez-Orozcoo summarizes what she has learned about the diversity, assets, and…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Webinars

5 Steps for Creating Inclusive Schools Webinar

In this 15-minute webinar Re-Imagining Migration Executive Director, Adam Strom introduces key ideas for building welcoming and inclusive learning communities in which all young people feel…

Types: Study Guides & Collections, Webinars
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