06 May 2011 ~ 0 Comments

A Time to Change: Unconscionable Contracts and Workers’ Rights to Use Social Media As Concerted Activity

Since I believe in open and honest communication and people are curious as to what transpired between Change.org and me, here is a fleshed-out version. It is not meant to ruffle any feathers but just a statement of facts that transpired over the course of the last few days. I was told early Friday morning […]

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29 April 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Officially a 2L

I should be out partying with other law school friends right now. Instead, I’m holed up in my studio wondering about how to pay for law school next year. (Unlike U.S. citizens and legal residents, I cannot get loans for school. Grants and scholarships only go some way to covering $65,000 per year). On my […]

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02 November 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Immigration Blogs – October 2009

An index of my immigration blogs for Change.org last month 9500 Liberty: 9-11 Not the Same as 7-11 Waiting for Change One Step Closer to Lifting the HIV+ Travel Ban Showdown: Gavin Newsom vs. Sanctuary City Policy Young Immigrant Women: Pick Your Poison Citations for Driving While Mexican USCIS Director Gets Ready for Immigration Reform […]

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14 October 2009 ~ 0 Comments


Alright, so I promised some changes and here they are – I took a job as a blogger at Change.org for their Immigration cause so it is likely that all my immigration blogging would go there, primarily. You can subscribe to the feed here. I do have a Wednesday blogging duty at DreamActivist and Friday […]

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25 July 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Lessons from New York

I have never been to New York before but it isn’t places that hold importance–it’s people. And sometimes we meet and spend time with people who remind us why we are still residing in this #%#%% country. I remember when I was a kid, I had made a speech about how friendship was the most […]

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