Tag: immigration

Customs: Collected and Dumped

This brilliant exhibit flows from photographer Thomas Kiefer’s decade as a part-time janitor at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in Arizona. Disturbed by the volume of discarded food, clothing and belongings of migrants and smugglers – some after seizure by immigration and customs, the rest simply […]

The Immigrant: Your Name is Linda now

Rosemary Sloot was shocked when her mother confessed while dying that she had only one life regret.  She wished she had never immigrated to Canada from the Netherlands after World War II.   Her mother’s  bombshell sent Sloot on a journey to redefine the family’s experience, resulting in her […]