Former President George W. Bush, 74, has found a post-politics passion: painting.
You can see his latest work in a new book, Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants, which features 43 portraits of remarkable people who have come to the U.S. from 35 countries around the world, accompanied by his descriptions of their unique challenges and valuable contributions to American life.
To “help focus our collective attention on the positive impacts that immigrants are making on our country,” he writes in the book. (A portion of its sales will benefit organizations that help immigrants resettle, as well as the Bush Institute and its work to reform immigration policy.)
This follows another book, Portraits of Courage, which honored the sacrifice and courage of America’s military and veterans
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