Teenage Refugees and Immigrants from India Speak Out
Viswanath, R. (comp.)
New York, NY: Rosen Publishing Group
1997, 64 pages
Describes the challenges, surprises, and achievements of immigration from the point of view of young refugees and immigrants from India. This volume contains the personal stories of 7 adolescent girls and boys whose families brought or sent them to the United States, seeking respite from unrest caused by such factors as tension with neighboring Pakistan, Kashmir's struggle for independence, and ongoing violence between Hindus and Muslims.
Recommended for ages 14 and up.
This resource may be free from your local library or purchased from the publisher.