Global Communities: Chicago's Immigrants and Refugees
The Department of Historical Documentation of the Chicago Historical Society (CHS) invites you to explore its exciting new project, Global Communities: Chicago’s Immigrants and Refugees, now featured on the CHS web site at http://www.chicagohistory.org/Immigration.html.
Global Communities addresses recent immigration, which has made Chicago one of the most diverse cities in the world, and supports the CHS mission of commitment to diversity in every aspect of its work. Specifically, the project focuses on Chicago’s southeast side Mexican community, the Polish community on the northwest side, and the Southeast Asian community on the north lakefront.
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