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Hannah Arrington Olague (34) interviews her husband, Irving Olague (34), about his earliest memories as an immigrant, connection to DACA, and his journey navigating life before receiving U.S. citizenship. They also talk empathy and hopes for the future.
Anonymous #15 tells us of what it is to have grown up on the border of Mexico and California, crossing over up to 4 times a week, and to have family in the United States that are impossible to see.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Sarahi, "At 12 or 1 in the Colonia you would feel the breeze." Sarahi Enriquez is a custodian at the Mission EDC where my 2 month residency was hosted in June and...
Veronica Guevara (25) talks with her comadre, Dawn Martinez Oropeza (50), about being one of only a few Latinos in Marshalltown in elementary school, the impact of immigration raids on her undocumented family members, her feelings on racism and classism,...
People of the Rio Grande Valley: Mitch. Artist Mitch Darte and I talk about the loss of her Mother and how it propelled her into her flourishing career in painting. Mitch was a high school art teacher, and after losing...
Partners Hali Calzadillas Andujo (29) and Elliot [No Name Given] (24) share a conversation about their work in legal and immigration services, their upbringings, and Hali’s experience growing up as an undocumented immigrant in New Mexico.
Monserrat Macias Moreno (29) speaks with her friend and mentor Jacqueline "Jackie" Jaramillo (72) about their identity as Latinas, their family histories, and their hopes for the Latino population in the United States.
We discussed Sergio's life, DACA status, immigration story and family.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Laura. Laura is a United States veteran who considers herself a fiscal republican with liberal views. Laura holds 3 bachelor degrees, and a U.S. History buff. Laura goes into depth about the...
Stephanie de 19 años la entrevista a su tía Karina de 41 años. hablamos￼ sobre las memorias y retos de imaginación a los Estados Unidos.
Maria Santana (33) and her friend and mentor Maria Andrade (53) discuss the case that brought them together, legal advocacy for immigrants, and their hopes for the future.
Megan Farrell (23) interviews Daniela Garnica (23) one of her closest friends for the past 4 years, who is also a DACA recipient, about how her status affects friendship, love, and her college experience.
Diego came to Durham, NC from Peru as a 15 year old. After taking a feminist studies class and reading It Gets Better he comes out to his family.
her story of growing up in mexico to coming over to the US at 10 years old.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Anonymous, "People feel like they can't speak for themselves, because they feel like they will be fired." Anonymous tells me about what it was like to be raised by her Mother from...
Colleagues Margarita [No Name Given] (31) and Pat Medige (57) share a conversation about immigration, focusing in particular on Margarita's experience coming to the United States and eventually gaining DACA status. Margarita also reflects on the importance of education to...
This is a interview about her thoughts on Daca and how it is helping in today’s time.
Alicia talks about the importance of the Guapamacataro Arts and Ecology center as a place for artist residents and as a way to give back to the Maravatio community. Alicia is both a citizen of Mexico and the United States...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Annette tells me about her experiences growing up in the Rio Grande Valley and working and traveling with her family as a migrant worker.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: David. David Withrow is the successful owner of the local cafe, Agrarian Coffee in McAllen, TX. David is a father and husband with a penchant for the refined culinary palette. David speaks...
Olivia Quinto, a lawyer, chats with Rutgers Law classmates Diego Iniguez-Lopez and Victor Monterrosa, Jr., about being undocumented for 20+ years and how the three classmates' personal histories transform into the political as immigrant rights’ activists.
One Small Step partners Kevin [No Name Given] (59) and Adilene “Addy” [No Name Given] (31) talk about the experiences and identities that shaped their relationships, world-views, and career paths.
Anonymous 17 talks about growing up in Mexico until her early teens when her family relocates to the United States. Living many years as a permanent resident, in recent years she has obtained United States citizenship. Anon 17 speaks about...