Posts Tagged: Migrant Tales

Migrant Tales Literary: Unleashed hope (Part I)

By Anonymous Migrant Tales…Migrant Tales…Migrant Tales! you gave others and myself hope when there was nope   for East and West I probe South and North nope I drop for there was no one nope   unheard around the globe nor nothing to hang the rope for there was a steep slope   of a

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Migrant Tales Literary: Migrant Tales

MT comment: A woman called me and wanted to share a poem about Migrant Tales. We’re honored that people like her have found strength through the many stories, opinion pieces and poems we publish. Welcome aboard, Hamid, and thank you for your kind words!  ______________________ By Ms. Anonymous Migrant Tales, Migrant Tales here we come!

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Letter from Dana: This is especially for you Enrique Tessieri

MT Comment: Dana’s letter is humbling to say the least and proves that we have the strength as a community to change matters. The words and opinions we publish can move mountains, or at least those mountains that reside in us. Thank you Dana.  ___________ By Dana I’m standing up for me…for my spirit… for me

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Migrant Tales turns six years today

Migrant Tales celebrates its sixth year as a blog today. Our blog has grown from a humble voice to one that gets noticed in Finland and abroad.  Our aim is a simple: Migrant Tales is a blog community that debates some of the salient issues facing immigrants and minorities in Finland and elsewhere. It aims to be a

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Finland & Cultural Diversity 2012*

If 2011 was a watershed year for Finland with the historic rise of  a hostile party against immigrants and visible minorities in last year’s parliamentary elections, 2012 will be seen as a bittersweet turning point for the Perussuomalaiset (PS).  The year will be remembered as a very violent one for immigrants as well. During “Black

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Monitori: Migrant Tales – vähemmistöjen ääni verkossa

”Meidän täytyy muuttaa jatkuva epäsuotuisa keskustelu maahanmuuttajia ja näkyviä vähemmistöjä vastaan Suomessa. Se voidaan päättää antamalla hiljaisuudellemme ääni ja kiitosta niille, joilla on rohkeutta puhua rasismia ja ennakkoluuloja vastaan.” Näin kirjoittaa suomalainen toimittaja, tutkija ja Migrant Tales -blogisivuston perustajaEnrique Tessieri. Hän on elänyt monissa eri kulttuureissa, mukaan lukien Argentiinassa, Iso-Britanniassa, Italiassa, Espanjassa, Kolumbiassa ja Yhdysvalloissa.

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