The new immigrant

Immigration to the US refers to the movement of people into the country who are not citizens of the country. This is however not a new phenomenon since it has been common over the years. The immigrants who had come to the United States in the centuries that have gone by have been given the […]

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The Huddled Masses, the Immigrant in American Society

The assignment is based on the analysis of the book The Huddled Masses, the Immigrant in American Society, 1880-1921 which is authored by Alen M. Kraut who is a scholar of ethnic and immigration history. Kraut emphasized on the experience of immigrants on how they were affected by entertainment, education and how they would gain […]

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The Immigrant Experience

As an American citizen of Japanese origin I would feel much debased by the racial stereotypes that are attributed to citizens of different races in the United States. It is very painful to believe that American citizens of other nationalities are deemed to be second class citizens in the twentieth century, after all the developments […]

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Grace Abbott

Grace Abbott is most known for her work in children’s welfare and immigrant welfare. Throughout her life the importance of general equality had always been enforced. With this, plus her knowledge of women’s suffering, she made it her life’s work to make the lives of women, children and immigrants better. She managed to make the […]

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Immigrant Labor in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities

The country of Canada has been considered as a haven for immigrants wanting to take advantage of the huge opportunities in the economy of that great nation (Donald Avery, 2008). In the history of Canada before the Act of Confederation, the majority of these immigrants originated from the British Isles, with many of them proving […]

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