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Request for Applications: Building Integrated Communities (BIC) Local Government Partnerships

Deadline extended: Feb. 9, 2017

Did you hear the news? We are ENDORSED.



UNC Study Abroad at the University of Guanajuato— APPLY 

newrootsWe’re excited to announce the launch of theNew Roots/Nuevas Raíces website! This digital archive and information system is a joint effort between the Latino Migration Project, SOHP, and University Libraries. It’s a fully bilingual platform for sharing the oral history interviews collected as part of the New Roots: Voices from Carolina del Norte project, which focuses on stories of migration, settlement, and integration in North Carolina. Explore it now!

We thank the generous support of The National Endowment for the Humanities.

The Latino Migration Project provides research and educational expertise on Latin American immigration and integration issues in North Carolina.

Established in 2006, The Latino Migration Project is a collaborative program of the Institute for the Study of the Americas and the Center for Global Initiatives at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

The Latino Migration Project directs a number of award-winning programs: New Roots Latino Oral Historiesone of the fastest growing archives of Latino oral histories in the region; Building Integrated Communities, a program that assists North Carolina city governments in successfully engaging with immigrants and refugee populations; and Guanajuato Connectionsprograms that enable UNC students to research, work, and engage in service with immigrants in North Carolina and in Guanajuato, Mexico.