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Interview with Helga Stipa Madland, Author of ‘You’re Not From Around Here, Are You? Reminiscences’

"I write about my family’s experience as refugees from Upper Silesia, our emigration to Canada and later the United States."

I am aware that not much has been written in English about the period immediately after World War II in Germany. I hope this book will fill a little bit of that lacuna. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – To What Strange Place: The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora 1916 -1919

A fascinating collection of music from a very specific period in the history of immigrant America. Read More »

Book Review: Show Trials by Peter Afrasiabi

Immigrants face a legal system that is a far cry from the legal system that protects private property. Read More »

Should Doctors Be Able to Lie to Patients? Arizona Republicans Say “Yes!”

The great game of "I'm more conservative than you!" has reached a new low. Read More »

Book Review: Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner

A story of resilience, and the amazing human capability to grow and heal, no matter how much they get hurt. Read More »

Alien Invasion?

Treating an immigrant like a number or a problem is something I cannot bring myself to do, especially when it involves children. Read More »

Movie Review: Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness

Sholem Aleichem, from whom the world knows Fiddler on the Roof is the subject of a fantastic new documentary. Read More »

Book Review: A Hard Death by Jonathan Hayes

Can a mistake make a pathologist lose those he holds most dear? Will it keep him from seeing the truth? Read More »

Movie Review: Which Way Home

Children risk their lives traveling alone. Read More »

Book Review: Floodlines: Community and Resistance From Katrina to the Jena Six by Jordan Flaherty

The truth about New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina, the story that needs to be heard. Read More »