Dare to Dream

America was forged by immigrants and remains an aspiration for dreamers throughout the world. But America and its relationship with the immigrants who wish to share and contribute to its social fabric have traditionally been faced with hostility, racism, and xenophobia. Lost in the fierce political debates are the real human faces, stories, and aspirations of the men, women, and children who leave behind their homes in pursuit of the “American Dream.” The Dare to Dream: Important Conversations about Immigration will explore immigrant stories through monthly discussions. This is our way to bring forth attention to these important stories.


Here is a list of our previous book talks. Click on any of the books to see a recording of it!


September


The Dispossessed
John Washington (Author)


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October


Children of the Land
Marcelo Castillo (Author)


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November


Once I Was You
Maria Hinojosa (Author)


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February


DREAMing Out Loud
Charlie Vázquez (Author)


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