St. Louis Mosaic Project featured as having best practices in new national toolkit “Guide to Immigrant Economic Development”

Many American cities and towns have long been shaped – and reshaped – by people from across the globe. Cities like New York and Chicago have a long and rich history of immigration that continues today to be a vital economic force. From new businesses opened by immigrant entrepreneurs, to the new ideas, talent, and diverse perspectives that immigrants contribute, to the greater cultural vitality that makes a community an attractive place to live and work, immigrants have been and continue to be a source of prosperity


See pp. 30. 47, 53, and 91. 

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