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20 August 2009 ~ 0 Comments

A small tidbit from Netroots Nation

Apparently, Sum of Change and most people in the room thought our panel was depressing. Welcome to my life. They all shared stories about their efforts to fight a struggling battle. They were not very optimistic, they all shared depressing stories and sentiments about numerous immigration inequities, but were hopeful and dedicated to getting comprehensive […]

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03 August 2009 ~ 2 Comments

Desi Girls Representing Fiji

Here is the most embarrassment video of all times — my sister and my dance performance at Chabot College for International Students Night this past Spring. It’s amazing how, even after spending more than a decade in this country, we are considered ‘international.’ After all, international relations doesn’t just happen between states and bureaucrats; it […]

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09 June 2009 ~ 0 Comments

'I don't support the DREAM Act because…'

My response to that is a shrug. I don’t care. If I want your support or opinion, I would ask for it. The facts are out in the open. We have stated our position numerous times. And now it is not a productive use of our time to regurgitate. If you are not a member […]

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05 June 2009 ~ 0 Comments

New Media – SOS_Slaves – Game for Sands of Silence

This week I had the opportunity to give what little insight I had on a gaming project for the documentary Sands of Silence, produced by activist film-maker Chelo Alvarez-Stehle. It is a first-person role-playing game where the gamer assumes the character of a girl from either Africa, Nepal or Mexico and is taken through the […]

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30 May 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Drawing Lines in the Immigration Debate

There comes a point in the U.S. immigration debate when I really question what ‘camp’ can I really fit under. It happens when advocates of undocumented students scoff at the lives and dreams of legal immigrants to the United States and support restrictions rather than critical reforms to the H-1 B program. Senator Durbin–a great […]

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