Press Coverage


Dañado en Tránsito

28 de abril de 2021 Meizhu Lui A veces, nuestros paquetes tienen un tránsito difícil. Los paquetes más pesados pueden aplastar a los más delicados o algo que enviamos podría caerse y romperse en un piso de concreto. Las cajas pueden llegar rasgadas, las esquinas rotas. Solo podemos esperar que las partes internas no se hayan roto más allá de la reparación. Los migrantes mexicanos también soportan un tránsito difícil. Sabemos del daño físico: la sed, el hambre, las ampollas en los pies, las palizas, las violaciones. Pero los migrantes también ...

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Damaged in Transit

April 28, 2021 Meizhu Lui Sometimes our packages have a rough transit. Heavier packages may squash more delicate ones or something we send out might fall and break on a concrete floor. Boxes can arrive ripped, corners smashed. We can only hope that parts inside haven’t broken beyond repair. Mexican migrants endure a rough transit too. We know about the physical damage: the thirst, the hunger, the blistered feet, the beatings, the rapes. But migrants also face unseen internal trauma, the damage that makes normal human life next to impossible. Read More

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Lessons from the Pandemic on How to Protect and Support Essential Workers

Hosted by Farida Jhabvala Romero May 7, 2021 Low-wage frontline workers have kept Californians fed and vulnerable populations cared for since the start of the pandemic. And they’ve borne a high cost for their work. A recent study out of UC Merced finds a 30% increase in deaths for essential workers in 2020. We’ll hear about people working in restaurants, grocery stores, home care, and other industries who feared losing income -- or their jobs --if they took time off to recover from COVID-19. And as the state moves toward a full reopening next month, we’ll ...

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Exigen más recursos para trabajadores indocumentadas en San Francisco

By Telemundo Channel 48 July 2, 2020 Decenas de personas manifestaron para pedirle al gobernador Gavn Newsom y a la alcaldesa de la ciudad destine más ayuda financiera y programas locales. Read More

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Immigrants Fight for Their Right to Permanent Residency

By Lorena Garibay On June 24, immigrants with temporary protected status (TPS) participated in a nationwide caravan that was organized by The National TPS Alliance. After the caravan the protesters presented themselves in front of the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco demanding permanent residency and that TPS not be terminated. Read more

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