Green Card Youth Voices Atlanta
Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School
Georgia Immigration Research Network founding members, Dr. Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez and Dr. Paul N. McDaniel, along with Dr. Lara Smith-Sitton (Assistant Professor of English at KSU), have partnered with Dr. Tea Rozman-Clark, executive director of Green Card Voices, along with the Latin American Association, Welcoming America, and local Atlanta area public schools, on the production of a new book focused on the diverse stories of immigrants in Atlanta.
Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School is currently in production and will be published in April 2018. The Green Card Youth Voices series is a collection of books dedicated to sharing the immigration stories of young, new Americans from all over the country. The upcoming Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from an Atlanta High School is a collection of 30 personal essays written by high school students in the Atlanta area. This will be the first book in this series focused on a city in the southeastern United States. Included with each essay will be a first-person video narrative, highlighting their personal journey. It will include links to the students' video narrative, a study guide, and glossary to help teachers use the book as an educational resource when teaching about immigration.
- 30 personal essays of immigrant youth
- Full-color portraits
- Links to digital stories on the Green Card Voices website
- Excerpt from Act4Change: A Green Card Voices Study Guide
Press about Green Card Youth Voices Atlanta
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Immigration stories from Atlanta slated for new book by Marlon A. Walker
- Reporter Newspapers: Cross Keys students join immigrant experience book project by Evelyn Andrews
- DeKalb FreePress, page 15: Sharing untold stories: Students share personal narratives for upcoming book by R. Scott Belzer
The list price is $20.00. ISBN: 978-0-9974960-6-2. Special 50% discount available for bulk classroom purchases. To pre-order, visit www.greencardvoices.com, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 612-889-7635.