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Author Laura Cadena

“I’ve learned so much about immigration from your Facebook posts,” wrote a friend on my Facebook page “I, too, have learned a lot from the articles I post,” I replied. Since I returned to Texas from Georgia, I’ve had this conversation with many friends. They are surprised to find out that immigration wasn’t a topic […] Read More

Last Saturday, May 1, marked the first time that I participated in a march for immigration reform. I am Hispanic – a fifth-generation Texan of Mexican-American descent – and have no known family members living in Mexico. I participated in the march not only to stand in solidarity with friends who are undocumented, but also […] Read More