Works Cited and Further Resources

Further Resources:

To read personal stories of immigrants and refugees who have moved to Minnesota, please see these exhibits:

Hao Hou, Cambodia 

Wal Reat, Sudan

Paul Her and Chee Vue, Hmong (southeast Asia)

And immigrant groups more generally:

Jews in the Midwest and Minnesota

Chrisitan Immigrants from Brazil

Japanese in Minnesota

Latino Immigration to Rural Minnesota

Works Cited:

“About Refugees,” Twin Cities World Refugee Day: Many Traditions, One Minnesota, accessed April 22, 2013,

“About Us,” Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, accessed June 8, 2013,

“A New Age of Immigration: Making Immigration Work for Minnesota,” The Minneapolis Foundation, August 2010.

"Expanding Immigrant and Refugee Funding in Minnesota: What Foundations and Nonprofits Can Do,” Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (August 2007).

Immigration: A Warmer Welcome in a Colder State,” The Economist, Jul. 7, 2011, accessed April 22, 2013

“Immigration in Minnesota: Discovering Common Ground,” The Minneapolis Foundation, October 2004.

“Refugees,” UNHCR: The UN Refugee Agency,” accessed April 22, 2013,

Taryn Arbeiter, Maria Ward, and Katherine Tegtmeyer Pak, “After the Welcome Center: Renewing Conversations about Immigration & Diversity in Faribault,” St. Olaf College (August 12, 2011).

“Who We Serve,” World Relief Minnesota, accessed June 8, 2013, (Mathews 25:35-36, 40).