A young Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holder reflects on living a life under less than ideal conditions. That makes a birthday exceptional.
Recap of fall and winter 2018. Projects and updates for 2019, and how to follow along my new role as a Youth Programs Fellow.
Read on for poet updates, summer 2018 edition. My 5 minutes of Instagram fame. Teaching poetry. A trip to Houston, TX.
In the past year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced six countries are set to lose their humanitarian… Read more Upon This Month’s TPS Termination
My last update was in February. I’m back and stronger! I survived wind and snow. There are changes to my… Read more 1,000 miles: step 89
February, I like to think, ends the winter season. At the very least, it serves as a transition point, a… Read more 1,000 miles: step 88
On January 8th, I was given a kind of death sentence. That’s the date DHS announced to end El Salvador’s… Read more 1,000 miles: step 87
We don’t want 2017 to roll onto 2018. In 2017, the immigrant community received several hits. Let’s change that.
In my last update, I expressed several frustrations with being a 20-something year old. Those frustrations are still relevant, but… Read more 1,000 miles: step 85
This week I’ve been thinking about being a 20-something. I’m out of college, and I’m going into October pretty much… Read more 1,000 miles: step 84