Read this new guide before you vote

The authors are, from left,  Michigan State students Jacob Arnold, Juliana Montoya Padilla, Sierra Marie Baker, Maris Claire Ryckman, Reagan Dailey-Chwalibog, Zixuan Wang, David Reiss and Jiayuan Wang. Photo by Tao Deng.

The authors are, from left, Michigan State students Jacob Arnold, Juliana Montoya Padilla, Sierra Marie Baker, Maris Claire Ryckman, Reagan Dailey-Chwalibog, Zixuan Wang, David Reiss and Jiayuan Wang. Photo by Tao Deng.

In time for the 2016 presidential election, “100 Questions and Answers About Immigrants to the U.S.” contains accurate information about dozens of questions and issues that have been raised during the campaign.

The goal is to give readers a starting point for diving into deeper conversations with friends, neighbors and co-workers who are immigrants.

You’ll find personal observations by journalist Sonia Nazario, author of “Enrique’s Journey,” and businessman Bing Goei.

About Joe Grimm

Joe Grimm has been visiting editor in residence in the Michigan State University School of Journalism since 2008. He teaches courses in reporting, editing, career branding and is editor of a series of books called Bias Busters.
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