|Panel or Refugees and Immigrants at the exhibit opening|
|Students and professors who wrote essays for Green Card Youth Voices|
|A diverse and satisfied crowd at the opening of Refuge or Refusal|
|Immigrants Stories cases attempting to "compare apples and oranges"|
This summer, I had the privilege of "breaking bread" with Sarah Litvin, the director of the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History As a public history start-up, the Reher Center understands the importance of forging emotional connections between visitors and the stories of the past. According to the center's website, the organization's mission is to "preserve and present stories with universal appeal about immigration, community, work and bread."
|Sarah Litvin preparing to break bread in front of the Reher Center in Kingston, New York|
|Sarah Litvin standing beside a life-size cardboard cutout of Mollie Reher|