Rinku Sen, founder and director of the Applied Research Center, publisher of ColorLines magazine, and a writer/activist, among other vital things, gives shape and context to the story of Morocco-born restaurant worker and activist Fekkak Mamdouh in their timely book, The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization (Berrett-Koehler). Fekkak Mamdouh was a waiter at the Windows of the World Restaurant at the World Trade Center—he went from a victim of the 9/11 attack (losing friends and loved ones) to becoming generally suspect in the charged political climate that followed. (KingRat)
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