Define American, is “a culture change organization that uses the power of narrative to humanize conversations about immigrants.” Define American is now “hiring an experienced, collaborative Executive Director to set a vision for our organization as we create an America… Read More ›
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The New York State Youth Leadership Council (NYSYLC), the first undocumented youth-led organization in New York, is hosting “a monthly virtual space for immigrant women-identifying people. We will share, and support each other through grounding and intentional conversations.” The space… Read More ›
By DAYSI I was unsure whether I would ever enroll in college after high school, let alone become a professor and researcher. My journey to higher education mirrors the experiences of many undocumented immigrants and deeply motivated my work in the… Read More ›
(Un)studied Complicity: Cross-examining Undocumented Immigrant Student Participation in the U.S. Education System
Guest interview featuring Alonso As part of the UndocuScholarship series at My Undocumented Life, we had the opportunity to interview Alonso who is currently the Middle School & Family Engagement Director and Ethnic Studies Adjunct Faculty at Salt Lake Community… Read More ›
“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 ›
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.
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).
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 ›
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 ›