“I was moved to tears reading these stories. These are our children; their stories are our stories. Â Their voices crackle with hope, courage, humor, and grit—they will make you laugh, and they will make you cry, but most of all, they will open your eyes to see and appreciate more fully the humanity of our immigrant brothers and sisters. Thank you for this book. We need these stories.”-Â Â Andrew Haile, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and Freelance Writer for The Washington Post." “Green Card Youth Voices beautifully captures the poignancy and power of young immigrants telling their own stories. Their courage is inspiring and their enthusiasm for their new country is a timely reminder of how the United States is enriched by the immigrant experience.”-Ali Noorani, Executive Director, National Immigration Forum; "“Green Card Youth Voices: Atlanta" puts a timely and necessary human face on a debate that all too often forgets that we are talking about real human beings and individual stories. What is remarkable about the young men and women profiled in this book is not only their struggles, but also their resiliency and unshakeable faith in this country. These are young people we should be embracing, rather than demonizing, because what they hope to do and want to contribute will help all Americans in the future.” - Janet MurguÃa, President and CEO of UnidosUS, formerly the National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
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