The triumph, tragedy, and contradictions of the immigrant experience come alive in this immersive multimedia exploration of history and economics from the Voice of America (VOA). The app features:* Over a dozen video clips totaling more than 20 minutes of features * Interactive charts, maps, info graphics, audio clips* Archival films, audio, and stills * A U.S. naturalization quizUnsettled begins in the gold fields of California in the mid-19th century and follows Chinese immigrants as they help build the transcontinental railroad. In the mid-20th century the story shifts to the Hispanic experience in the Braceros guest worker program. Finally, Unsettled explores the complex and controversial immigration landscape of today. Featuring intriguing interviews with: * Mae Ngai, author of The Lucky Ones: One Family and the Extraordinary Invention of Chinese America, and the Lung Family professor of Asian American Studies and professor of History at Columbia University.* Bryan Caplan, professor of economics at George Mason University and blogger for EconLog. The New York Times named his first book, The Myth of the Rational Voter, the best political book of the year in 2007.* William F. McDonald, sociology professor at Georgetown University and co-director of the Institute of Criminal and Procedure at the Law Center.Unsettled gives insight into the economic forces, social pressures, and policy that have shaped American immigration and explores where the nation may go in the future.