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Your link to multicultural St. Louis! - Winter 2015 Edition is now available!

The International Institute's Directory of Ethnic and International Resources in Metro St. Louis. Features cultural organizations, religious institutions, publications, artists and more! To order your copy, simply complete the following click here.

Useful for: teachers, event planners, librarians, and you!
Single issue: $20.00 per issue plus shipping fees
Multiple copy discounts available.

HEC-TV shows

Stories of Immigrations - October 28, 10 am - Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America. Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they've made America their home. (55:56)

Stories of Immigrations - October 28, 1 pm - Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America. Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they've made America their home. (57:33)

Stories of Immigrations - November 30, 10 am - Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America. Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they've made America their home. (56:38)

Stories of Immigrations - November 30, 1 pm - Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America. Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they've made America their home. (58:47)

St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now: St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now - Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination. (79:40)


Other International Institute Historical Reports

2001
In Good Company April 2001- An International Institute Newsletter for employers of new Americans.
Spectrum Summer 2001
In Good Company September 2001- An International Institute Newsletter for employers of new Americans.
Spectrum Fall 2001

2000
In Good Company May 2000 - An International Institute Newsletter for employers of new Americans.
Spectrum Summer 2000
In Good Company July 2000- An International Institute Newsletter for employers of new Americans.
Spectrum Fall 2000
In Good Company December 2000- An International Institute Newsletter for employers of new Americans.

1999
Spectrum Spring/Summer 1999

1998
Spectrum Spring 1998
Spectrum Fall 1998

1997
Spectrum Summer/Fall 1997
Spectrum Winter 1997

1987
Crossroads International March 1987

1984
J.F. Hornback Ethical Humanist of the Year Award 1984

1983
Crossroads International December 1983

1982
Crossroads International September 1982
Crossroads International December1982

1981
Crossroads International Winter 1981/1982

Other Resources

Asian Business Owners from South Grand Boulevard's International District St. Louis, MO - by Pamela A. De Voe, Ph.D. (1997)
This report is the result of a needs assessment survey carried out with the Asian business people in the Greater South Grand area. The study was sponsored by the International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis with funding from the St. Louis Community Foundation. It centers on the Asian business owners' perceptions, concerns and suggestions involving crime and safety issues affecting them and their businesses. Twenty-one Asian businesses participated in this study, as well as nineteen Asian community leaders and representatives of the larger non-Asian American community. (37 pages)

Foreign Festival Customs & Dishes - by Marian Schibsby & Hanny Cohrsen (1974)
Christmas in America - A history of Old World Christmas and some New Years customs, foreign Easter customs, Thanksgiving in many lands, foreign Christmas dishes, and other foreign holiday dishes. (76 pages)

Immigrant Needs Assessment for St. Louis Metropolitan Area of Missouri - by Pamela A. De Voe, Ph.D. and Ronald E. Mertz, Ph.D. (2007)
This study, funded by a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health to the International Institute of St. Louis, was conducted from January through June 2007 to assist service providers in determining needs among immigrants and refugees/asylees in St. Louis City and six nearby Missouri counties (St. Louis County, Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles, Lincoln, and Warren Counties) and to develop recommendations for addressing these needs. (47 pages)

The International Institute Movement and Ethnic Pluralism - by Raymond A. Mohl (Reprinted from Social Science, 56:1 (Winter, 1981))
"The traditional American response to immigrants has emphasized Americanization or assimilation. The doctrine of cultural pluralism made few converts unitl quite recently. The International Institutes, a unique group of 55 immigrant social service agencies in American industrial cities, were among the early advocates of cultural pluralism. Unlike most agencies working with immigrants, the International Institutes accepted ethnic diversity and encouraged maintenance of immigrant languages, traditions, and folk cultures." (9 pages)

Training Materials

Leadership and Management in 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organizations - by Community Connections Program, International Institute of St. Lous (2003)
Part of an organizational development series of workshops for refugee mutual assistance associations. (31 pages)

Links

US Immigration History - Its objective is to give viewers an insight and cursory glimpse into the "making of present day America".