An artist becomes an activist
A message from Fi2W’s Executive Producer
Despite not being eligible to vote, Angel Quintero is deeply involved in this year’s election
A new company called Blueseed is hoping to circumnavigate the stagnation of the immigration system and bring highly skilled immigrants to work 12 miles off of the California coast.
Columnist Erwin De Leon writes that unlike Alabama, some states are bucking the trend and providing humane solutions to our nation’s broken immigration system.
California is poised to become the first state in the nation to allow its undocumented youth population to apply for public financial aid for higher education.
Cautiously optimistic advocates cheered the California Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to continue allowing undocumented students to pay in-state tuition rates to public colleges, assuming they attend high school in California for at least three years.
By Pilar Marrero, La Opinión and FI2W reporter LOS ANGELES — Activists have a pet name for Hope for Homeowners (H4H), the government initiative that’s supposed to help struggling mortgage holders keep their homes: they call it “hoho”. “It’s a…