Immigration (Words of Change series): Powerful Voices, Inspiring Ideas (Hardcover)

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A gift book of quotes that opens up the immigrant experience.

Explore one of the most-talked about issues of our time in this vibrant collection. These thought-provoking quotes offer readers understanding, personal stories, and inspiration in a beautiful package. Compiled by hiphop artist Anik Khan, these quotes offer a fresh perspective on a hot-button topic.

From the founders of the United States, immigrants all, to the Dreamers of today, people have always come to America to share their gifts and contribute to the American dream. Quotes from the famous and the unknown give this book a unique perspective. Hear what celebrities from Kerry Washington to Hasan Minhaj to Zendaya, as well as political thinkers from JFK to AOC, have to say about immigration. At once an homage and a call to action, this is a wonderful gift for new immigrants and first-generation Americans, as well as all those whose ancestors sought their fortunes in this land.

About the Author

Anik Khan is a hip hop artist whose experience as an immigrant informs his music and is the essence of his musical persona. His TEDx talk, “Finding Your Mustard Oil” explores the positive effects of spotlighting niche cultures. Anik is the subject of “Street Level,” an episode of PBS’s NAACP Image Award®-nominated documentary series In the Making. Anik is also an entrepreneur whose ventures include NYC’s Kolkata Chai Company as well as a series of successful capsule clothing pop-ups. He's been profiled in Paper Magazine, Esquire, New York, Teen Vogue, and on All Things Considered. Anik has collaborated with a variety of other artists, from comedian Hasan Minhaj to musicians such as Jidenna and Burna Boy. Check out to learn more.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781632173966
ISBN-10: 1632173964
Publisher: Spruce Books
Publication Date: November 2nd, 2021
Pages: 160
Language: English
Series: Words of Change


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