An Immigrant Family Moves Through Generational Trauma NPR 16 June 2021
An Immigrant Family Moves Through Generational Trauma Video Where We Come From | NPR 16 June 2021
As a young girl growing up in Queens, N.Y.,
Colette Baptiste-Mombo said she felt largely insulated
from the struggles of the civil rights movement playing out
across much of the country in the 1960s.
Her mother, an immigrant with English and Somali roots,
and her father, a Bronx-born Jamaican American,
were looking for the best opportunities for their children.
But when her family moved into an all white neighborhood
in the New Jersey suburbs in 1965,
Colette and her family soon faced taunts, insults
and eventually an attack that would become a defining moment
in Colette's life.
featuring stories from immigrant communities of color across generations
in honor of Immigrant Heritage Month.
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The U.S. Is Outsourcing Asylum to Guatemala, Here's Why That's Dangerous
Video The Dispatch The New York Times 13 March 2020
Instead of a court hearing,
the Trump administration is giving Central Americans
a chance to seek asylum — in Guatemala.
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