Reclaiming Our Stories: Narrative of Identity

Reclaiming Our Stories: Narratives of Identity, Resilience, and Empowerment gathers 19 powerful narratives written by members of the Reclaiming Our Stories Community Writers Workshop located in Southeast San Diego by Various (Author),‎ Mona Alsoraimi-Espiritu (Editor),‎ Roberta Alexander (Editor),‎ Manuel Paul Lopez (Editor) These authors took a great risk bringing these narratives to fruition, stories that pulsate with the kind of vitality that can … Continue reading Reclaiming Our Stories: Narrative of Identity

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The Stand With Students Photo Project: Social Media Involvement

Our immigrant students, teachers, staff, and administrators have been subjected to scapegoating and prejudice within the political arena, which creates a working and studying environment where members of our college communities may feel alienated, unwelcome, and unsafe. In reaction, we need to stand together to show the character of our community.  "A contested deportation proceeding is, in essence, … Continue reading The Stand With Students Photo Project: Social Media Involvement

DOJ Lawsuit Against California it’s a Flaw from its Inception

State and local officers may effect arrests for violations of the civil provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (the ``INA'') only under circumstances specifically delineated in the INA Section 287(g) (10) (B). Further, even if states had inherent arrest authority, it appears that it would not alter the outcome. Considering both the uniquely federal … Continue reading DOJ Lawsuit Against California it’s a Flaw from its Inception