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The March: Crossing Bridges in America Paperback – May 1, 2008
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Unshaven Comics is a collaborative comic book and graphic novel company created by designer Marc Fishman, illustrator Matt Wright, and writer Kyle Gnepper. They are based in Chicago.
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"The March" covers the events of the Immigration Reform March that took place in Chicago on May 1, 2006. The events are told through the eyes of just a few of the attendees, all of different cultures and heritage, as they make their way to the event and participate in it. Each story is unique, but more importantly American, and that is where the book excels. With the harsh rhetoric that is often heard from opinionists and pundits it is easy to forget, or worst of all never really know, just who immigration laws and restrictions effect. "The March" makes the experience human and realistic and reminds you that America was founded upon basic principles that apply to all of mankind. Fairness and equality are universal concepts, and each page drives those themes home.
Full of thought and heart "The March: Crossing Bridges in America" is definitely a good read and more importantly an important read especially for a pivotal election year.