Marco Polo has written about the bi-national social support and the stories of Mexican agricultural migrants in Oregon. Unfortunately, the file is too big to link to the blog page (unless someone knows how to do it. I have a copy if you would like to read it.
“Experiencias de Apoyo Social Binacional e Historias de Vida de los Migrantes Agrarios de la Región Mixteca Oaxaqueña en el Estado de Oregón, EUA, a Través de un Programa de Alcance a la Comunidad”
¿Y Cómo se Llama el Niño?
…Se Llama Juan Diego.
Perhaps this will motivate us to reach out to students:
Palante Latinx has a section on the app with Latinx-specific call-to-actions like subscribing to podcasts, supporting POC businesses, and attending events like film festivals. You can download the app and subscribe to Palante Latinx here:http://bit.ly/2FHu8cf
Magnify Progress and I would love to collaborate with students groups in a way that will enhance social change and action. Would you be interested in discussing further?
Regardless, we would love to have your feedback on your app experience and needs as a community: https://goo.gl/forms/aT86xIure9S4GZgq2
Because of where we work and live, this article struck home. Keep reading, because it gets most interesting (to me at least) after the first several paragraphs.
The Next Populist Revolution will be Latino.