Aarón Sánchez Guerra
Students Capture Intimate Stories of Venezuelan Migrants Living in Medellín for New Multimedia Project
The digital project’s website allows for viewers to navigate through the diverse lives of migrants and their families whom students closely followed to capture their experiences.
Booting the Braids: Farmworkers Lead the Way Across Campuses to Boycott Wendy’s
Since 2013, the nationally renowned Coalition for Immokalee Workers and its partnering Student/Farmworker Alliance has led a fervent campaign to get Wendy’s to join the Fair Food Program.
After Mass Releases, Central American Asylum Seekers Are Left to Find Relief in Bus Stations
Volunteers have served as relief for migrants who have been traveling without food or money and were unprepared for the cold temperatures that had yet to arrive in the warm climate of the Texas border.
The State of Uncertainty for Farmworkers After Hurricane Florence
“Right now we’re working with whatever is left at the farm, but it’s practically over,” one seasonal worker said.