Mirror on america essays and images from popular culture

A Different Mirror For Young People: A History of Multicultural America (384 pages) was written by Ronald Takaki and adapted by Rebecca Stefoff in 2012. It's an American history told through the eyes of Native Americans, Africans, Chinese, Japanese, Irish, Jews, Irish, Mexicans, Vietnamese, Puerto Ricans, Filipinos, Afghans, South Asians and other minority groups through stories, illustrations, photographs poems, letters, and songs. The author challenges the “Master Narrative” that says the United States was created solely by white Europeans. The book opens with a meeting of Beothuk, Native Americans who lived on Newfoundland and Labrador, and Vikings and closes with recent waves of immigration. Another revised edition of A Different Mirror (2008) (529 pages) is available for older students and adults. This book can be found FREE at your local library or purchased at . 

Mirror on america essays and images from popular culture

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