Michael Dobbs’s “The Unwanted” describes the plight of European Jews trying to escape extermination by the Nazis.
The photography festival’s shipping containers will showcase projects focusing on L.A.’s homegrown talent, immigration and climate change.
In her memoir-in-essays, Grace Talusan writes about her experience as an immigrant to the United States, her survival of childhood abuse and returning to visit the Philippines, her native country.
The Hungarian State Opera’s general director asked singers to sign a declaration that they identified as African-American, although they are all white.
Carnegie Hall’s Migrations Festival, a partnership with more than 75 organizations in New York, is presenting concerts, panels, walking tours and dance workshops.
Carrie Gibson’s “El Norte” tells the story of a painful and often forgotten past.
Irish folk, Yiddish sounds and the blues will be featured. And more than 100 events by other organizations are being held in conjunction with the festival.
With the rapper out on bond after he was charged with overstaying his visa, his legal team is underscoring the political dimension to his plight while fighting to keep him in the United States.
“My situation is important ’cause I represent poor black Americans and I represent poor immigrant Americans,” the rapper said.