The project was founded in 1992 to "explore, document and preserve Baltimore's immigration-rich heritage, and to make it available to the public through a range of community and educational initiatives."
The project has several initiatives, which include:
- walking tours,
- traveling exhibitions,
- audio and video tours,
- research, and
- an immigration museum.
Additionally, the BIM is seeking assistance with:
- historical research,
- themed walking tours, and
- administrative support.
You can send comments and/or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Debra A. Hoffman, "Baltimore Immigration Memorial," Ancestral Leaves, posted 30 June 2014 (http://ancestralleaves.blogspot.com : viewed [date]). [Please feel free to link to the specific post if you prefer.]