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Saint Paul, MN 19th Century

Eastside Freedom Library Presents: Immigrants and the Making of St. Paul (ONLINE)

February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

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Explore the role of immigrants in the making and remaking of Saint Paul. From the immigrants that impacted the foundation of our city in the 1840s to the immigration of our current time. Discover public policy and immigration reform through the lens of history. Classes rely on lecture, documents, images and writings to explore immigrant experiences and the impact they had. Readings are emailed before each class. Course taught by the East Side Freedom Library’s co-executive director, Peter Rachleff. Peter taught American Labor, Immigration and African American History at Macalester College for 32 years.

This course is weekly on Wednesdays from February 9th through March 9th.

Hosted in partnership with Minneapolis Community Education.  Cost for the program is $65 per household.

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Online

Organizer

White Bear Lake Area Schools Community Services & Recreation
Phone:
651-407-7500
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