Refuge or Refusal: Stories of American Identity and Immigrant Heritage
Visitors to the Refuge or Refusal: Turning Points in U.S. Immigration History exhibit created by the Museum of History and Holocaust Education (MHHE) at Kennesaw State University are invited to consider questions about creating community and national identity throughout the exhibit. They are also invited to provide answers to two questions essential to understanding the role that immigration has played in the formation of American identity. Please use this form to contribute your own answers to the following questions:
How do you define American identity?
How long have you or your family been in the United States? What role, if any, does immigration play in your story?
What motivated you or your family to seek a new home? Check all that apply.
Seeking economic opportunity.
Seeking religious/social freedom.
Fleeing natural/environmental disaster.
Where in the world do you call home now?
Where did you encounter Refuge or Refusal? Please check all that apply.
Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia
The Reher Center in Kingston, New York
Party with the Past at Clarkston Community Center in Clarkston, GA
Dekalb County Library, Clarkston Branch, Clarkston, GA
On the Web
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What kinds of future programs would you like to see in association with Refuge or Refusal?
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Are you interested in recording an "Immigrant Stories" oral history with us?
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