PBS NewsHour

Exhibit follows families who migrated to New York

Clip: 03/25/2018 | 5m 14s | Video has closed captioning.

At a time when questions are swirling around U.S. immigration policy, a new exhibit at New York City’s Tenement Museum looks at the effects of immigration on a personal level. The exhibit, “Under One Roof,” tells the stories of three families -- Polish, Puerto Rican and Chinese -- who moved to the city's Lower East Side neighborhood after World War II. NewsHour Weekend's Ivette Feliciano reports.

Aired: 03/25/18

Rating: NR

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