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
When people say “you’ll be okay, just wait until the next President,” know you are not comforting anyone. I need more from you. I need your support with everything you’ve got.
We don’t want 2017 to roll onto 2018. In 2017, the immigrant community received several hits. Let’s change that.
In the spirit of Halloween, I want to share some moments that have scared me in different degrees, but scared… Read more Top 13 Scary Moments: Claudiapoet’s Edition
This past week, the nation tuned into Attorney Jeff Sessions’ announcement on the termination of DACA. News outlets were then eager… Read more On Citizenship: A Takeaway from the DACA Decision
TPS affects hundreds of thousands. TPS means you will go home eventually. The thing with TPS is that in many cases, it carries on for several decades—not out of a fault in the system, though many will argue that.
In the spring of 2012, I unpacked bags and sat on a bed I shared with my mother, a bed… Read more Hey, World: I Am Immigrant and I Graduated College
“It is no measure of good health to be well adjusted to a sick society.” -Andrea Gibson, spoken word poet… Read more fightin’ #timeisnow
“Ice: water frozen solid ICE: Immigration Customs Enforcement” La Santa Cecilia’s lead singer, La Marisoul, showcases her breathy, resonant voice… Read more 1,000 miles: step 31
Last semester, I applied to Hollins University, an extremely small and private liberal arts school. It simply echoed the education… Read more 1,000 miles: step 20