The United States is a nation built by immigrants; a blend of races, colors, and cultures. Nevertheless, immigrants often face discrimination, at work, at home, and in the community. Awareness and understanding of discrimination against immigrants has become an increasingly important issue across the country. This insightful book examines this difficult issue, looks at the laws pertaining to discrimination, community efforts to end discrimination, and gives readers ways to cope with discrimination in their lives. Features include an in-depth Myths and Facts section surrounding the topic and 10 Questions to Ask a Specialist.