Everything you need to understand or teach I Pity the Poor Immigrant by Zachary Lazar.
"I Pity the Poor Immigrant" takes on several sensitive subjects, such as politics, religion, and discrimination. Structured as a freelance crime reporter's second memoir, the novel explores these issues through the writer's exploration of her own life and motivations. It's a spiritual journey toward accepting oneself, including flaws. Through examining her own feelings of discomfort about how she became who she is and her rejection of her father's religion and culture, Hannah Groff learns how complex are the issues driving constant unrest in her people's homeland.