Immigrants' Children: A Foot In Two Worlds Immigrants bring many things to the U.S., but their lasting contribution to the country has always been their children. NPR's series Immigrants' Children looks at that legacy, telling the stories of those children and examining the issues they face.
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Immigrants' Children: A Foot In Two Worlds

Chinese Immigrants' Kids Play Balancing Role

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Korean-American Police Officer Sidesteps Tradition

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Carved Success: Sam Maloof's Handmade Life

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Latina Actress Aims To Break Maid Stereotype

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Politician Embraces His American And Mexican Roots

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On TV, Immigrants' Kids Mine Cultural Convergence

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