My parents left their home country behind to give me the American Dream. But, like other immigrants, they discovered that this dream is only attainable if you know English and have a solid education.
Welcome to the 2ndepisode of Youf ‘n da Booth on Youth Radio Raw!
We asked an immigration attorney how young people could help their families prepare for any upcoming immigration actions in the Bay Area.
My dad and I both love baseball. But for him it’s just a game. For me, it’s about spending time together.
I was six when I met my mom for the first time. We were at the Oakland Zoo at an event where people meet foster kids. This tall, caucasian woman walked up to me and offered to get me a slice of pizza.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We asked young people across California to share their own experiences with mental health issues.
Families with undocumented family members are faced with the tough question: “What is my family going to do if I’m deported?”
My family might not support it, but they’re going to have to deal with it. And at least I am being true to myself.
For three years, I agonized over how I’d come out as bisexual to my parents. But none of that planning was useful.