ARLINGTON, VA – This week, Axios reported the launch of Stand Together’s Common Ground: Immigration Pop-Up Exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas. The installation is part of a new partnership between the two organizations and their shared goal – to highlight America’s rich heritage to unite the the nation on this divisive issue and advance positive solutions to improve a dated immigration system. Read the full article here.
From the article:
The big picture: The partnership — to be announced Tuesday — between… Stand Together, and the Dallas center comes as Congress is expected to debate immigration reform proposals amid resistance from many Republicans.
The details: The Common Ground: Immigration Pop-Up Exhibit features nine stand-alone doors signifying popular proposals about reforming immigration as told through interactive video stories.
- When users open the multimedia doors, the exhibition takes them through a journey seeking to link immigrants and non-immigrants.
- The exhibit also will highlight polling data showing over 75% of Americans believe immigration is a good thing, or that three in five Americans support a plan providing citizenship for Dreamers.
What they’re saying: “Immigration signifies the exceptional success of our nation as the land of opportunity,” Laura Collins, director of the Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative, said in a statement. “When we welcome people who share our unwavering determination and optimism, we can remain a hopeful and prosperous society.”
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