Close and poignant look at the lives of those affected by the Syrian war and the doctors and volunteers who tend to them. First hand accounts of Syrian refugees and their caregivers in camps, on the road, and in provisional housing in Iraqi Kurdistan, Greece, France, Switzerland, and England as part of an effort provided by Doctors without Borders.
Stories of survival and healing told by Latin American migrant farmworkers in Vermont. The stories grapple with issues encountered by migrant workers everywhere–isolation, separation, depression, substance abuse–even as they celebrate resilience, family, and community. Gain insight into the experiences and lives of the people vital to producing the food we eat.
Graphic anthology of 10 U.S. immigrants and refugees illustrated by 10 immigrants and refugees from all over the world. Stanford scientist, deaf student, indigenous activist, Black entrepreneur--all immigrants and refugees--recount journeys from their home countries
This affecting interactive graphic narrative follows the story of a young Eritrean woman who crossed mountains, oceans and deserts to escape the small, secretive East African nation of Eritrea in hope of a better life in England.