26 June 2012 ~ 4 Comments

National Dream Graduation Speech

My name is Prerna Lal. I’m not really undocumented anymore, but I’m in deportation proceedings, and I’m unafraid, so that should count for something. I’d like to welcome everyone to Washington D.C., which has been my home for two years now. This is the first time I’ve been in a church, since I was caught […]

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24 April 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Video from the #SAALT Summit

This is a video of me from the South Asian Americans Leading Together Summit talking lightly about the history of the DREAM Act movement. No, it isn’t as boring as it sounds because I really do take this situation lightly on most days. It’s the best way to deal with it. If you live in […]

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27 September 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Bainimarama: I Staged Coup to Stop Terrorists

While Lasenia Qarase and his corrupt government was nothing to extol and praise, Bainimarama labeled them as ‘terrorists’ at the United Nations General Assembly, in order to legitimise his reign: I believe that these critics are largely unaware of the extent to which politicians, in league with those who employ terror as a tactic to […]

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