Dear friends, we are proud to join Americans for Immigrant Justice in their 25th Anniversary celebration!

AI Justice is an award-winning non-profit law firm that fights for immigrants’ rights by providing free comprehensive legal services to a wide range of vulnerable immigrants in South Florida. Since it was founded in Miami back in 1996, it has served more than 145,000 immigrants from 160 countries by uniting families, protecting children, fighting for basic human justice, and driving change.

As we know first-hand the rich impact our immigrant community has on our culture, we commemorate this occasion with a curated list of immigrant stories to bring you a unique perspective and background on the immigrant experience. This diverse list of fiction and non-fiction titles highlights the complexity of the immigration system and celebrates the diversity of the immigrant community.

We invite you to support AI Justice with a donation at and indulge in wonderful reading with one (or several) of these recommended books. Click any title below to learn more and buy the book:


Brother I’m Dying, by Edwidge Danticat
Dear America, by Jose Antonio Vargas
My Time Among The Whites, by Jennine Capo Crucet
The Devil’s Highway, by Luis Alberto Urrea
The Distance Between Us, by Reyna Grande
A Cup Of Water Under My Bed, by Daisy Hernandez
Learning To Die In Miami, by Carlos Eire
The Line Becomes A River, by Francisco Cantu
Separated, by Jacob Soboroff
This Land Is Our Land, by Suketu Mehta
Conditional Citizens, by Laila Lalami
The Warmth Of Other Suns, by Isabel Wilkerson
Once I Was You, by Maria Hinojosa
The Last Millionby David Nasaw
Sigh, Gone, by Phuc Tran
The Prince Of Los Cocuyos, by Richard Blanco


Infinite Country, by Patricia Engle
Libertie: A Novel, by Kaitlyn Greenidge

Lost Children Archiveby Valeria Luiselli
Homeland Elegiesby Ayad Ahktar
Exit Westby Moshin Hamid
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, by Ocean Vuong
Pachinko, by Min Jin Lee
Dominicana, by Angie Cruz
Afterlife, by Julia Alvarez
Americanahby Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Dreaming In Cubanby Cristina Garcia
Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images, by M. Evelina Galang

Each story brings a unique perspective and background on the immigrant experience, highlighting the complexity of the immigration system and celebrating the diversity of the immigrant community.