Ethnic Breakdown of US Population - Migration Stories (view full screen)

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Encouraging development of a "new economy" leveraging the resilience and creativity inside the migration stories of people finding their way to the US.

For indigenous people, descendants of slaves, and populations targeted in questionable internments, these are clearly not stories of migrations of choice.
Even in these cases, of forced migration and involuntary displacement, it is possible to find stories of ingenuity and innovation. Stories of people finding ways of creating realities tied to sense of belonging to this place and it s promise.

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  2. 2. Celebrating resilience and creativity of people crafting realities tied to a sense of belonging, a sense of place .
  3. 3. Ethnic Breakdown of US Population - Migration Stories <ul><li>A nation built on stories of migrations </li></ul><ul><li>Voluntary and involuntary </li></ul><ul><li>Creativity & ingenuity inside each story </li></ul><ul><li>The engine of a new economy </li></ul>Copyright © rhesa jenkins, fronde baliste, all rights reserved, please site source when reproducing any portion of this slide Courtesy of http://www.frondebaliste.org
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