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Marisol of Edinburg, Texas talks about her experience with equal rights as a professional woman.
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...
"We have to continue to fight to have these rights. That was when I was 15 or 16 when I realized that." - Annette of Mission, Texas talks about her experience with equal rights in the computer science industry. Annette...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Fernando Torres and I talk about his goals as a computer science major and music DJ in the Rio Grande Valley. Fernando has organically fallen into the role of photographer's apprentice while...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Leo and Rick talk about their reverence for those who built the strong LGBT community in the Rio Grande Valley, and about their hopes for ways for the community to grow.
Norma speaks about the SB4 bill and the SB8 bill that was recently passed Texas that governs abortion rights laws and "Show me your papers" police checks.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Anonymous 10, "They kind of saw me as a threat sometimes I feel because I was such a hardworking person." Anonymous 10 is a bartender in McAllen working as the premier cocktail...
A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas speaks frankly about her experiences post-2016 election, her feelings regarding gender roles, and women's rights. Victoria talks about how her Mother and Aunts are all business owners in...
"I believe everyone should have their choice." - April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women's March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...
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.
Margarita (Margie) talks about her experience as a mother of four children and health care in the United States.