The Book of Isaias tells the true stories of a diverse cast of characters in their teens and early 20s, most of whom are children of immigrants. One in four youth in America today is a child of immigrants, and if the students in your classroom aren’t children of immigrants themselves, they will almost certainly know someone who is.
The book is an ideal starting point for classroom conversations relevant to young people: on identity, immigration, economic inequality, religious faith, diversity, goal-setting and the purpose of college.
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