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Does DACA Make You More Dateable?

Posted October 7, 2015 by We'Ced

Asian Americans need to join the immigration movement to diversify it, Kem said, perform more outreach, and gain as strong a media presence on the issue of immigration as Latinos have. “That really brings power to the Latino voice,” Kem said.

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‘My Health Shouldn’t Have a Price Tag’ — DACA Youth Turned Away From Medi-Cal

Posted September 28, 2015 by We'Ced

Photo courtesy of the Fernandez family.  Story by Miguel Bibanco for The kNOw Youth Media. FRESNO, Calif. – Maria Fernandez was three years old when she came to the United States in 1993. As an undocumented immigrant she’s faced a number of struggles, including gaining access to quality medical care. That might have changed after Fernandez […]

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Central Valley Youth Say Pope’s Message ‘Already Having an Impact’

Posted September 25, 2015 by We'Ced

California is also where many of the most pressing issues raised by the pontiff – from climate change to LGBTQ rights and immigration – remain at the fore of political debate. YouthWire asked its youth reporters to weigh in on some of the Pope’s positions on climate change, gay rights and immigration, and what his message might mean for their communities.

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Lessons Learned From a Box of Raisins

Posted August 31, 2015 by We'Ced

At that instant I realized that I have the greatest and most hard-working mom in the universe. Even though she is always tired for her work, she keeps going because she wants to give my sisters and me a better life, and we do not see that. We constantly ask her for money as if it grows on trees, and she gives it to us without complaining.

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#ManifestJustice: A Photo Essay

Posted May 11, 2015 by We'Ced

Photos and story by Alyssa Castro Last weekend, I took a trip to Los Angeles, CA to serve as a docent for Manifest Justice. Manifest Justice is a pop-up art exhibition in LA, put on by The California Endowment and Amnesty International, that uses art to highlight the inequities of the society we live in, while […]

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