Green Card Voices closes Saturday, May 30, at the Stearns History Museum. It features the stories of 18 first-generation immigrants and refugees from 12 different countries of origin who live, work, and serve Central Minnesota. The full-color banners highlight each incredible and unique story with portraits, biographies, and QR codes that visitors can scan with smartphones to watch first-person videos.
Green Card Voices was born from the idea that the broad narrative of current immigrants should be communicated in a way truthful to each immigrant’s story. The exhibit, brought to us by Unitecloud, aspires to build bridges between immigrants, non-immigrants, and advocates.
This exhibit will be open through May 30, 2020.