Curriculum Materials

Curriculum Materials

Building a Race and Immigration Dialogue in the Global Economy: A Popular Education Resource for Immigrant & Refugee Community Organizers (By Eunice Hyunhye Cho, Francisco Arguelles Paz y Puente, Miriam Ching Yoon Louie, and Sasha Khokha): A collection of educational materials that can be used to help make the connections between immigration, worker and civil rights, and social justice. Resources are post at http://www.cliniclegal.org/resources/building-race-and-immigration-dialogue-global-economy-popular-education-resource-immigrant

The Line Between Us: Teaching About the Border and Mexican Immigration (By Bill Bigelow): A thought-provoking curriculum that explores past relations between the U.S. and Mexico and the roots of Mexican immigration.  Resources are posted at www.rethinkingschool.org/mexico

For You Were Once a Stranger: Immigration in the U.S. through the Lens of Faith (Produced by: Interfaith Worker Justice): This is a faith-based resource book which includes individual stories, faith-based essays, policy analysis, liturgical resources, reflection questions to guide study and discussion groups, and ideas for taking action. 

 

These are all available for use through CNSC.