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'The Way We See It'

Rick Nahmias, an internationally recognized photographer, has helped high school students from Los Angeles to create a photo exhibit about immigration. It's called "The Way We See It" and features photos of the students' own families and community. Hat tip to ImmigrationProf Blog.

I promote these kinds of projects on this blog whenever I hear about them in the hopes that it might give educators of English-language learners ideas for how they can build connections between students and people outside of schools.


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