Article Published by MinnPost, Written by Pamela Espeland
March 18, 2015
Green Card Voices combats stereotypes with first-person stories. Founded by Tea Rozman Clark in 2013, based at Intermedia Arts, it records the stories of American immigrants – naturalized citizens, permanent residents, refugees, asylum seekers and those on temporary visas – and makes them available free of charge as five-minute videos on its website. So far, 60 countries are represented in GCV’s digital library. During this year’s Festival of Nations (April 30-May 3 in St. Paul), the organization plans to record up to 32 immigrant oral histories. FMI and registration. Rozman Clark will use her Bush Fellowship to build her nonprofit manager skills to grow GCV into the nation’s largest video library of immigrant stories.