We Are Here to Stay



The Stonewall Honor Winning Author Of Beyond Magenta Shares The Intimate, Eye Opening Stories Of Nine Undocumented Young Adults Living In AmericaMaybe Next Time They Hear Someone Railing About How Terrible Immigrants Are, They Ll Think About Me I M A Real Person Meet Nine Courageous Young Adults Who Have Lived In The United States With A Secret For Much Of Their Lives They Are Not U.S Citizens They Came From Colombia, Mexico, Ghana, Independent Samoa, And Korea They Came Seeking Education, Fleeing Violence, And Escaping Poverty All Have Heartbreaking And Hopeful Stories About Leaving Their Homelands And Starting A New Life In America And All Are Weary Of Living In The Shadows We Are Here To Stay Is A Very Different Book Than It Was Intended To Be When Originally Slated For A 2017 Release, Illustrated With Susan Kuklin S Gorgeous Full Color Portraits Since The Last Presidential Election And The Repeal Of DACA, It Is No Longer Safe For These Young Adults To Be Identified In Photographs Or By Name Their Photographs Have Been Replaced With Empty Frames, And Their Names Are Represented By First Initials We Are Honored To Publish These Enlightening, Honest, And Brave Accounts That Encourage Open, Thoughtful Conversation About The Complexities Of Immigration And The Uncertain Future Of Immigrants In America.We Are Here to Stay

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  • We Are Here to Stay
  • Susan Kuklin
  • 25 February 2018
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10 thoughts on “We Are Here to Stay

  1. says:

    The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review We Are Here to Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adultsis a collection of several different young immigrants s real life stories All the immigrants in this book are very different they come from various countries, they have different cultures and backstories on how they came to be in the US But all of them have one thing in common for one reason or another they are now undocumented immigraThe ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review We Are Here to Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adultsis a collection of several different young immigrants s real life stories All the immigrants in this book are very different they come from various countries, they have different cultures and backstories on how they came to be in the US But all of them have one thing in common for one reason or another they are now undocumented immigrants living in the United States All the events narrated in this book are very painful to read but also filled with hope and love for a country that definitely isn t easy to be a part of, no matter how much you want it Many of the immigrants in this boo...

  2. says:

    This was an interesting anthology about kids who were brought over to America as children and their stories as undocumented young adults I wish that some of the stories would have been a little longer They would have hadimpact that way I still think it s worth the read if you re interested in t...

  3. says:

    We Are Here to Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adults by Susa Kuklin is heartbreaking But it is also filled with so much hope Detailing the accounts of several young immigrants lives, We Are Here to Stay is a collection of written experiences that does an amazing job of building a great deal of empathy with its readers The experiences described are raw and painful, but they are also deeply inspiring Each person has persevered through a great deal in a world that has set up numerous obsta We Are Here to Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adults by Susa Kuklin is heartbreaking But it is also filled with so much hope Detailing the accounts of several young immigrants lives, We Are Here to Stay is a collection of written experiences that does an amazing job of building a great deal of empathy with its readers The experiences described are raw and painful, but they are also deeply inspiring Each person has persevered through a great deal in a world that has set up numerous obstacles for them from the very start.It truly tears me apart to know how immigrants have been treated by...

  4. says:

    The American Dream is worth fighting for The empathy within this book provides serves as a call to action.Author, Susan Kuklin began this book several years ago as she collected stories andimportantly photos of immigrants that arrived or remained illegally in the United States As this book approached its publication date, and the current United States President began rolling back immigrant protections, Kuklin was forced to pull the photos and change names for privacy and protection of th The American Dream is worth fighting for The empathy within this book provides serves as a call to action.Author, Susan Kuklin began this book several years ago as she collected stories andimportantly photos of immigrants that arrived or remained illegally in the United States As this book approached its publication ...

  5. says:

    We Are Here To Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adults.by Susan Kuklin2019 Candlewick Press Nine Young adults share their experiences of fleeing the poverty and violence, seeking an education A chance to have a better life with opportunity They all have something in common.They are all here illegally They are undocumented.With courage and honesty, they reveal their pasts It s heartbreaking but full of hope Especially liked We Saw A Rabbit and Under My Shadow The stories are vibrant a We Are Here To Stay Voices of Undocumented Young Adults.by Susan Kuklin2019 Candlewick Press Nine Young adults shar...

  6. says:

    Kuklin s book brings readers first hand accounts of young immigrants many of which were are undocumented and their various reasons for coming to the United States By allowing these individuals to tell their stories in their own voice, the stories they tell are muchpersonal, muchheartbreaking and imbued with a sense of urgency especially given current rhetoric and debate regarding immigration Each of these stories features young children who choose to leave behind their homes Kuklin s book brings readers ...

  7. says:

    My jaded self didn t expect to be that moved bystories of undocumented people and their fight for citizenship However, the stories in this book are absolutely riveting When flipping through it, I was disappointed in the lack of pictures, but when I read the reason for...

  8. says:

    Award winning author and photographer Susan Kuklin conducted extensive interviews with nine undocumented young adults who all came here as children They come from Colombia, Mexico, Ghana, Independent Samoa, and Korea, and they and their families came here for the chance at a better life and education ...

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