Immigrating women

“In the first decade of the 21st-century, the image of the typical immigrant in the American imagination… is that of a working-class Mexican or Central American man. This stereotype continues despite statistical evidence that approximately 50% of all global migrants are women and that today women and girls constitute the majority of legal immigrants to the United States.”from the Introduction


Susan Pearce, Elizabeth Clifford, and Reena Tandon, authors of Immigration and Women, share two exclusive stories of real women and the immigration experience in the October/November issue of G-Man magazine:

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For more information, visit the authors’ companion site.

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