Los Angeles, CA
In conjunction with the Refugee exhibit, The New Americans installation at Skylight Studios (see address below) features a collection of stories on refugees who were resettled in the United States to start a new life through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.
The installation features The Refugee Project, an interactive visual narrative created from 40 years of UNHCR refugee data; New Roots, a long-form multimedia experience by visual journalist Sarah Ann Jump featuring a Congolese refugee family resettling in Rochester, New York; several short films of refugee families sharing their experiences as they resettle in California and adapt to their new lives; and a photo series by blogger and photographer Brandon Stanton of Humans of New York which features the personal stories of refugees recently cleared for resettlement in America.
Exhibition overview from Museum website