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Immigration in Kansas Today

Date and Time: August 22, 2019, 12:00 PM CT

Location: Eisenhower Presidential Library, 200 SE 4th St, Abilene
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Presented by Matthew Sanderson

Since settlement in the 19th century, the story of Kansas has largely been a story of immigration. This presentation explores how immigration today compares to immigration since the 1860s, connecting the trends in the benefits and challenges that communities face when new people move in. Looking at history, how can today's Kansas towns and neighborhoods develop socially and ecologically resilient communities? The social processes of integrating new cultures into our increasingly shared space will be examined, as well as the impact these changing demographics have on their natural environments.

Sponsored by: Eisenhower Foundation

For more information about this event, please contact:
Pamela Sanfilippo
(785) 263-6700
http://www.eisenhowerlibrary.gov

 

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