Voices of Immigrants in Resistance/Voces de Inmigrantes en Resistencia
El proyecto de justicia a través de la educación bilingüe, el periodismo y los medios de comunicación para los migrantes y sabios de la pobreza
Bi-lingual education, journalism and media justice project for migrant and poverty scholars
March 25, 2014
Since you never recognized me even when in the closest contact with me, and since you doubt, You hardly believe that I exist. Why should I now become visible...When everything I see is brown, yet invisible to you at the moment.
It’s better that way as I ease my way up the social ladder, from lower class
Stratisfied, to revitalized, oppressed, suppressed to vital progress.
Thursday, January 30 2014. Before I begin this article I apologize to the Asian guy with the cigarette who cursed me and Mr. Lynn out when overhearing me say, “Yeah, they all look the same.” What he didn’t hear me say before that was, “just as we [black folks] all look the same.”
Damage done. Mr. Lynn asked him for a smoke after my overheard comment. Of course, he refused with an “F” bomb.
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