Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation has continued to champion the restoration of the Immigration Station to educate the public about this National Historic Landmark. The Immigration Station is a stark reminder of immigration policies that served to exclude, rather than include, newcomers into the broad mosaic that is the United States.
Your contribution will enable us to continue to record the stories of the detainees, many of whom are now in their late 80s and 90s, expand our new Immigrant Voices online stories to include a powerful on-island exhibit, continue our programs on the island and to the general public, and improve the online educational experience at www.aiisf.org.
Your donation will also enable us to continue our work to restore the Hospital building at the site to add to the visitor experience. Work to stabilize the building began in 2011.
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