Saturday, June 30, 2012

Green Card Stories


Recently Green Card Stories was published with a book launch event in NYC in November 2011. Here's a description of Green Card Stories:
Green Card Stories is a coffee table-style book that depicts 50 recent immigrants with permanent residence or citizenship in artful written profiles and photos. Each story in Green Card Stories includes a written narrative of about 1,000 words, accompanied by artistic photos by an award-winning photographer. Each story is as old as the foundation of this immigrant nation, but also reflects the global trends and conflicts of the 21st century: the aspiring dentist who fled war-torn Sudan with just three T-shirts and a pair of shoes; the Japanese hip-hop dancer whose life was changed by Michael Jackson; the orthopedic surgeon of Caribbean descent who faced deportation; and a former Mexican farm worker and school dropout turned school principal. 
You can see a slideshow of some of the book's profilees at http://abil.com/green_card.cfm. 
Arriving from all corners of the globe, coming for work, love, to study, invest or escape persecution, the book’s profilees all share a steely resourcefulness and a fierce love for America. Green Card Stories tells the true story of our nation: E pluribus unum, out of many, one. The book’s pro-immigrant message will be particularly timely in the upcoming election cycle. 
The team behind Green Card Stories includes  
  • photographer Ariana Lindquist (see http://www.arianalindquist.com/ and photographs in Time, the New York Times, Saveur, and Atlantic Monthly; Ariana was first place winner in the 2008 World Press Photo competition); 
  • writer Saundra Amrhein (long time immigration feature writer for the St. Petersburg Times); Minneapolis-based 
  • immigration lawyer Laura Danielson; and 
  • Steve Yale-Loehr, who teaches immigration law at Cornell Law School
More info about the book and ordering information can be found at
http://abil.com/green_card.cfm.

The book now also has a dedicated website, please visit: http://www.greencardstories.com/

11 comments:

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    Keywords:-
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    Contact Us:-
    Head Office (pre booked appointments only)
    International House,
    39 Great Windmill Street,
    Piccadilly,
    London
    W1D 7LX
    Tel: +44 (0)207 993 4762
    Fax: +44 (0)207 691 7969
    Email: headoffice@global-migrate.com

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    Contact Us:-
    Head Office (pre booked appointments only)
    International House,
    39 Great Windmill Street,
    Piccadilly, London
    W1D 7LX
    Tel: +44 (0)207 993 4762
    Fax: +44 (0)207 691 7969
    Email: headoffice@global-migrate.com

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