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Walls Are Not Black and White: Student Exploration of Border Walls through Creative Writing

Lisa Falk and Marge Pellegrino | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Untold Stories, Unsung Heroes: Using Visual Narratives to Resist Historical Exclusion, Exoticization, and Gentrification in Boston Chinatown

Carolyn Leung Rubin, Loan Thi Dao, Izabela Villanueva, and Cynthia Woo | Originally published in 2020
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Sheeko Xariir: A Story to Connect Us: Somali-American Storytelling in the Classroom

Ruth Smith with Qorsho Hassan | Originally published in 2017

The Quilted Conscience

John Sorensen | Originally published in 2017

Music Teachers Reimagining Musical Focus, Function, and Performance for Newcomer Students

Christopher Mena with Elia Bojorquez | Originally published in 2017

The Sewing Circle Project: Reflections on Ten Years

Lynne Williamson | Originally published in 2017

Children of Shangri-Lost

Maureen K. Porter and Susan A. Dawkins | Originally published in 2017

What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts

Amanda Dargan | Originally published in 2017

Diversity among Themselves, Diversity in Others

Amy Brueck | Originally published in 2017

Newcomer English Learners

Lucinda Megill Legendre, Janice Prevail, Kristin M. Larsen, Amy Brueck, and Linda Deafenbaugh | Originally published in 2017

Introduction: Newcomers and Belonging

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2017

Like a Jazz Song: Designing for Community Engagement in Museums

Suzanne Seriff | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Between Two Worlds: A Collaborative Curriculum Addressing Immigration through Folk Art, Media Literacy, and Digital Storytelling

Laura Marcus Green with Katy Gross and Tara Trudell | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Project Based Learning: Elementary Students as Researchers of Immigration Narratives

Natasha Agrawal | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Bridging Collaborative Ethnography and Democratic Education

Alison Kinney | Originally published in 2015

Developing Relationships with New American Communities

Julianne Morse | Originally published in 2015