The Supreme Court will start hearing oral arguments about the fate of DACA this week. The stakes couldn’t be higher. More than 800,000 young dreamers face a bleak future. How did we get here, and what is at Stake? On this show, we are having a conversation with Liz, a DACA recipient, to get a glimpse of what dreamers are going through.
Mental health is just as important as physical health. It’s time to destigmatize it. In this episode, we continue our conversation on mental health and its effects. We share how many undocumented people cope with mental health struggles and the resources available to help manage mental health challenges.
As a society, we don't place the same amount of importance on mental health as we do physical health. Why is this topic such a taboo? In this episode, we share our personal journeys with mental health, getting help, talking about it, and ultimately the process of healing.
Most of us will end up doing what we call dating. Dating makes one feel alive, uncomfortable, happy, and miserable. However, dating while undocumented is a whole different story. Part our series of Falling in Love While Undocumented, we had a panel discussion with Jess, Alana, and Jose on what it's like Dating while Undocumented.
Alana, already feeling the limitations of DACA in the United States, Trump unexpectedly winning the 2016 election was the last straw. She knew that she had to make a life somewhere else. She left the American Dream and moved to Canada.
Once slaves to their undocumented status - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) - their lives were on hold for many years in the United States. My Ford and Sadhana decided to move to Canada. From planning, moving, to settling, this episode dives into it all!
Sadhana Singh and My Ford Noel rose above their status after having lived limited lives for many years. Immerse yourself in their storytelling, interviews, and discussions aimed at inspiring and encouraging other undocumented immigrants to live life to the fullest – to thrive despite the barriers of their immigration status.