McDonald's Is Partnering With the Immigrant Archive Project to Bring Untold Stories to Life

Sharing tales of Latino owners and operators

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McDonald’s is partnering with the Immigrant Archive Project to share the stories of the fast-food chain’s Latino owners and operators.

Immigrant Archive Project is an organization founded in 2008 to document, preserve and share the stories of multicultural American immigrants.

Tony Hernandez, co-founder and producer at Immigrant Archive Project (IAP) explained that while the organization has partnered with companies in the past, including Farmers Insurance, the collaboration marks the organization’s first partnership of this magnitude. He said it was a natural fit since the Immigrant Archive Project has already documented the stories of McDonald’s franchise owners and their impact on local communities.

“McDonald’s has a proud history of supporting our communities across the country and around the world,” McDonald’s head of cultural engagement and experiences, U.S.



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