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My name, I never acknowledge it. I once did but denounce it just as fast as I accepted it.

It means a female visitor, someone who has come but will leave soon as visitors do. 299 more words

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U.S. Non-Citizens and the Surveillant Assemblage

“…making interdependent experiences shaped by race, gender, patriarchy, capitalism, and imperialism a driving imperative for liberation movements to end oppression.” Safiya Umoja Noble (2016)

I am interested in following an intersectional feminist approach to delineate how undocumented immigrants, and non-citizens in general, are being surveilled and targeted through technology in the U.S.

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A Hispanic Student Perspective

Imagine that you are the valedictorian of your high school. You out of four hundred students, have continuously proven to be the best of the best. 968 more words


First Time in NYC

Hello beautiful people of the internet. Hope you’ve been having a great two weeks since the last time I wrote a blog post. Nothing major has really happened in my life, except ya know, going to the best city in the United States: New York City. 2,035 more words


Job opportunity: Assistant Director for Undocumented/DACA Student Support at Cornell University

Cornell University is hiring an Assistant Director to support undocumented students and members of mixed-status families. The Assistant Director would assist in planning, developing, implementing, and assessing programs and services that serve the undocumented student population at Cornell. 213 more words


Trump move to end DACA sparks concern from Ogden immigrants

Sunday Oct. 8, 2017

OGDEN — They’re here lawfully, for now anyway.

But some of the formerly undocumented immigrants who have secured permission to remain in the country under the… 231 more words

Meet the Unwavering Undocumented Advocate, Ray Corona

Ray Corona was nine years old when he came to America. He went through public education already feeling the preconceived ramifications of his his status. What’s the point of doing well in school if you can’t work or get scholarships?

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