We are pleased to bring to your attention the newly created "Immigrants in COVID America" collection of the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota. This curated digital collection of news reports, data, perspectives, and other resources documents the health, economic, and social impact of COVID-19 on immigrants and refugees in the United States. The Center's goal is to create a historical record of the crisis and to provide a publicly-accessible resource for emerging research, teaching and learning, creative work, and anti-racist advocacy that leads to equitable and social justice-centered change. Materials are organized by four major sub-themes: immigration policy, health, labor & the economy, and anti-Asian xenophobia.