“Somewhere We Are Human” Illuminates the Undocumented Experience

“Somewhere We Are Human” is a new anthology created by currently or formerly undocumented people. Curated by Reyna Grande and Sonia Guiñansaca, the entries range from visual art to personal essays (with poetry, arguably, in between), with authors, artists, and curators hail from Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Inherently this book shapes an understanding of immigration usually left out of US textbooks.

Why Everyone Needs to Read Julissa Arce’s Latest Book

In “You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation,” author Julissa Arce argues that rather than seeking approval from white culture, we should embrace our own identities and help change the narrative that there is only one way to be American. 

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