Since 2013, Green Card Voices has produced video and print storytelling about some of the 40 million immigrants and refugees in the United States. The mission is to humanize what otherwise can be
I Believe in My BodyI was the first person in my family to go to college in 1981. During the first week at school, I found myself alone for the first time in my life. To assuage my
In 1975, nearly all of the women in Iceland took one particular day off. Schools, daycare centers, theaters, fish factories and newspapers closed down — most of those institutions were fueled by
Make Everyone Count As a second-generation immigrant woman of color, the census is at the core of all that my family came to the United States seeking; a good education for my siblings and I, an
A few years ago I bought the book “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States,” by Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, which was a 2015 American Book Award winner. I had
Mama told me I was “tender hearted.” I nursed wounded pets to health and vitality. I cried for sad friends and luckless strangers in TV stories. My students said I had heart. My ancestors tell me
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