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Vermont Reads

The Most Costly Journey: Latin American Migrant Workers, Health Care, and Collaborative Non-Fiction Comics

Live Event
October 27: 6:00 pm

The cover of The Most Costly Journey book

Andy Kolovos will be speaking at North Hero Public Library on The Most Costly Journey: Latin American Migrant Workers, Health Care, and Collaborative Non Fiction Comics.

A Vermont Reads 2022 choice, The Most Costly Journey (El viaje más caro), tells the stories of 19 of these workers in their own words. Illustrated by New England cartoonists in a variety of styles, each short chapter describes aspects of life as an immigrant farm worker in Vermont: crossing the southern border, struggling with English, adapting to winter, growing gardens, raising children, dealing with health crises, and working long hours.

This talk is free, open to the public, and accessible to those with disabilities.

For more information, contact Caroline Korejko at (802) 372-5458 or library@northherovt.com.

(Supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or Vermont Humanities.)

Learn more about Vermont Reads and the creation of The Most Costly Journey here.

Organizer

Caroline Korejko
Phone:
(802) 372-5458

Venue

North Hero Public Library
3195 US Route 2
North Hero, VT 05474 United States
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