MEET OUR TEAM Carolina is the Founder and Executive Director of My Undocumented Life. Since 2011, the blog has served as a platform for undocumented communities to obtain up-to-date information and resources on pursuing higher education, immigration policies, and much… Read More ›
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Check Out the “How To College” Podcast for First Generation High School & College Students!
“How To College” is a podcast featuring resources and support for first generation high school, college students, and college graduates as well as their parents. The founders (Norma, Joseph, Luz, Mijin) launched the podcast as a way to help demystify… Read More ›
Prioritizing Mental Health & Self Care
Join Norma Ramirez and Sharet Garcia for a discussion on mental health, the importance of self-care, and resources available to undocumented immigrants. This is an event organized by the Salt Lake Community College Dream Center.
Panel & Discussion of “We are Not Dreamers” Book
The University of San Francisco (USF) School of Education hosts a discussion about the book “We Are Not Dreamers: Undocumented Scholars Theorize Undocumented Life in the United States” edited by Leisy Abrego (UCLA) and Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales (USF). The co-editors as well as Joel Sati, Liliana Ramirez, Lucia Leon & Gabriela Garcia Cruz will join the panel discussion moderated by Professor Monisha Bajaj (USF).
[Guest Covid19 series post] Reflections from a DACA Educator in the Time of Covid-19
By DENISE Teaching virtually in the time of Covid-19 under an explicitly anti-immigrant administration is something I never expected to do in my wildest imagination. I am currently a DACA recipient and middle school educator. DACA has allowed me to obtain… Read More ›
Afterthoughts of an Undocumented Graduate Student
By KATY While drafting some ideas for this post I struggled to think about what advice I could possibly share without sounding too pessimistic or possibly discouraging undocumented students that are interested in applying to graduate school. I tried very… Read More ›
[Guest Covid19 series post] Conducting Research with Undocumented and Mixed-Status Families During COVID: Ethics, Practices, and Methods
By DANIELA A growing body of research on undocumented migration explores the production of U.S. immigration policy and enforcement, including its effects on undocumented and mixed-status families (where at least one member is undocumented). Research on the lived experiences of undocumented… Read More ›
Interview with Katy, Author of “Undocumented Queer Parenting: Navigating External and Internal Threats to Family”
Katy is currently a doctoral student in American Studies at Yale University. She recently published a chapter titled, “Undocumented Queer Parenting,” as part of the “We Are Not Dreamers: Undocumented Scholars Theorize Undocumented Life in the United States” book. Her… Read More ›
Undocumented & Pursuing a Career in STEM? Check out the work of Científico Latino!
Científico Latino is an organization dedicated to increasing the pool of underrepresented scientists by creating a platform where everyone—regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or immigration status—has equal access to fellowship and scholarship opportunities, and the chance to learn… Read More ›
New Immigration Book: “We Are Not Dreamers” co-edited by Leisy J. Abrego and Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales
We Are Not Dreamers: Undocumented Scholars Theorize Undocumented Life in the United States makes a critical and much-needed contribution to ongoing debates about immigration from the lens of emerging immigration scholars who identify as currently or formerly undocumented. The book is… Read More ›