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The Changing Face Of America: Through the eyes of an immigrant by Kevy Argy

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  • ASIN: ‎ B09RGCLZMB
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Genre: Social Commentary

The BookViral Review:

Candid and compelling The Changing Face Of America: Through the eyes of an immigrant makes for powerful reading that’s sure to engender much reflection.

From the continuing climate crisis, gender issues, big tech, pandemics and race there is a continuous wave of new titles illuminating the issues of the day but it’s rare that we take time to stand back and reflect on the incremental changes that shape our world and the countries within it.

That’s what The Changing Face Of America: Through the eyes of an immigrant does and it proves a refreshing counterbalance to the glut of weightier texts on the subject of change in America as Kevy Argy reflects on transformative moments of change that have become some of the most defining challenges of our time.

The Changing Face Of America: Through the eyes of an immigrant isn’t a call for action but given it’s a relatively short read the breadth of Kevy Argy’s focus is impressive It’s an opportunity to take stock of our expectations, where we come from and where we are going from an immigrants perspective and in doing so Kevy Argy dispels many of the myths that have become engrained in American social commentary.

In a world where information overload often prevents us from seeing the truth, Kevy Argy keeps to the facts as he scrutinizes recent American history. And whilst his prose may be straightforward, he lays bare the fissures, cracks and cavernous divides that ripple through the American identity, white mainstream America’s relationship with minority groups and our collective failure to address these issues.

A rallying and engrossing read for those interested in transformative change The Changing Face Of America: Through the eyes of an immigrant is certainly recommended!

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