Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
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Diversity & Democracy Volume 13, Number 1  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 13,
Number 1
(2010)

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About This Issue
Featured Topic: Shared Futures
The Borders of Opportunity: Immigration and Higher Education
Teaching Students to Consider Immigration with Empathy
Extending Our Investments: Higher Education Access for Undocumented Students
Don’t Leave Your Life at the Door: Ntxhais Hmoob of St. Kate’s
Teaching Immigration through Personal Connections
Perspectives
Seeing Immigration through a Subjective Lens
International Migration and Brain Circulation
Campus Practice
Community Colleges as Critical Gateways for Immigrant Education
Building Bridges to Higher Education: The American Dream Academy
Research Report
Challenges and Avenues to Success for Immigrant Students
And More...
In Print
Resources
Opportunities

Resources

Center for Global Geography Education Modules

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) has created a set of online modules to internationalize the teaching of geography through case studies and analytical activities. Known as the Center for Global Geography Education (CGGE), the modules aim to link undergraduates around the world in collaborative learning about topics such as global migration. The modules can be accessed in beta form at globalgeography.aag.org.

Migration Policy Institute Immigration Data Hub

The Migration Policy Institute's Immigration Data Hub presents information about current and historical migration patterns in an accessible format. The searchable collection of maps, graphs, and legislative summaries explores migration patterns both by state and throughout the globe. A key resource for anyone seeking information about current immigration trends, the database is available at www.migrationinformation.org/datahub/.

Energy of a Nation

Energy of a Nation, an online resource bank maintained by the Advocates for Human Rights, provides access to a variety of immigration resources, including curricula suitable for learners from eighth grade through adult. With sections geared toward educators, students, immigrants, policy makers, and faith leaders, the site is relevant for a range of audiences. To access the resources, visit www.energyofanation.org.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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