NH Immigration

The Exchange
9:00 am
Tue December 17, 2013

Bhutanese Refugees In The Granite State

Credit acuoptimist / Flickr Creative Commons

A new documentary by New Hampshire filmmaker Doria Bramante follows exiles from the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan as they abandon their twenty-year effort to return home from Nepalese refugee camps and decide to seek a new life in America. Many of these refugees have resettled in the New Hampshire cities of Concord, Manchester, and Laconia. Today we take a look at their incredible journey…along with the challenges and successes of starting over in the Granite State.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Wed July 4, 2012

Socrates Exchange: Who is American? (rebroadcast)

Host Laura Knoy and Max Latona, Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. Anselm College, lead the Socrates Exchange discussion live in studio D at NHPR.
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(This program was originally broadcast on May 24, 2012.)

Our series on New Hampshire’s Immigration Story continues with a special Socrates Exchange, examining the question: Who is American?  Is it simply a matter of birthright, and legal status?  Or is it a state of mind, a certain spirit or attitude?  And is being American defined by the way I view myself or how others look at me?  

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Max Latona: Associate Professor of Philosophy, Saint Anselm College

NH News
4:00 pm
Tue May 29, 2012

The Darjees and One Year of Granite State Living

The Darjee family with Interpreter Neilharri Bhandari.

Originally broadcast on Friday, May 25.

(Sound of Keith trying to take their picture and messing up...Darjees laugh)

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NH's Immigration Story Finale
11:05 am
Sat May 26, 2012

Documentary: New Hampshire's Immigration Story

NHPR presents a one-hour special that takes a look at immigration in New Hampshire.  This program is the culmination of NHPR’s year-long editorial initiative that has explored immigration in New Hampshire from a variety of different perspectives, from legal and legislative issues to real-world experience from a refugee family adjusting to their new life in the U.S.  This program will give us a glimpse into New Hampshire’s immigrant history with stories of our past that will provide context and depth for the issues and stories that are changing the face of New Hampshire today. 

The Exchange
1:04 pm
Thu May 24, 2012

New Hampshire's Immigration Story: What We've Learned

J. Stephen Conn via Flickr Creative Commons

We conclude our series on New Hampshire’s Immigration Story.  Over the past year, we’ve examined our immigrant past -- from that first encounter between Native Americans and Europeans to how newcomers shape our communities today… their contributions, their struggles, and the conflicts that come up.  We’ll look at what we’ve learned…and how our immigration story is still being written.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Thu May 24, 2012

Socrates Exchange: Who is American?

Host Laura Knoy and Max Latona, Associate Professor of Philosophy at St. Anselm College, lead the Socrates Exchange discussion live in studio D at NHPR.
NHPR

Our series on New Hampshire’s Immigration Story continues with a special Socrates Exchange, examining the question: Who is American?  Is it simply a matter of birthright, and legal status?  Or is it a state of mind, a certain spirit or attitude?  And is being American defined by the way I view myself or how others look at me?  

We invite your thoughts: please call during our live broadcast at 1-800-892-6477. The conversation will continue after the program at our Socrates Exchange page.

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N.H.'s Immigration Story
2:41 am
Tue May 22, 2012

N.H. Refugee Resettlement By The Numbers: 1997 - 2010

N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

Refugee Settlement In New Hampshire By The Numbers: 2009-2001

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Sara Plourde NHPR
N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

The History Of Immigration In New Hampshire: Churches

Christ Church, Portsmouth, N.H., where the Russian peace service was held
Library of Congress

Images of some of New Hampshire's historic churches.

N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

The History Of Immigration In New Hampshire

Children of paper mill workers bringing home groceries. Berlin, New Hampshire. The town is largely inhabited by French Canadians and Scandinavians.
Library of Congress
N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

Who Are We And Where Did We Come From

N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

New Hampshire's Immigration Story

NH News
5:00 pm
Fri May 4, 2012

Dreaming again

As part of our yearlong series, New Hampshire’s Immigration Story, NHPR’s Keith Shields attended a performance of “Dreaming Again’ and brings you this report.

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North Country
5:48 pm
Wed April 18, 2012

Bakers Without Borders: A North Country Immigration Story

Chris Jensen for NHPR

Amid the immigrants who have come to New Hampshire are two French citizens – a doctor and a nurse - who saw America as a place for a radically new life focused not on patients but on making baguettes and Madeleines in the North Country.

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NH's Immigration Story
10:00 am
Fri April 13, 2012

How Refugees Fuel One New Hampshire Business

D. S. Cole Growers in Loudon, New Hampshire bills itself as a ‘wholesale greenhouse facility’. That means, they grow a lot of the potted plants that are then shipped to garden centers and landscapers across New England.  Looking across the facility you see greenhouses filled up with row upon rows of annuals, while flower baskets hang in long lines above your head

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