There are so many women around the web writing about important issues every week. You’d never know from the general conversations surrounding the women often called “mom bloggers.” And I got laughed at a couple of times this week at a book event for Mothers of Intention: How Women and Social Media are Revolutionizing Politics [...]
As the daughter of a Cuban immigrant father and Puerto Rican mother who grew up speaking Spanish and around immigrants with and without the right paperwork, I am very passionate about the human rights of immigrants. Because I have seen how hard undocumented immigrants work and understand that we ALL benefit from their labor whether [...]
No matter where we were born or how we feel about controversial immigration laws like Arizona’s SB 1070 or Georgia’s AB 87, surely we can agree that all people, including immigrants who lack the right paperwork, should not have their human rights violated in this country. We, the citizens of the United States, are — [...]
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