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Teco intern gives first-hand account of the undocumented experience

Editor’s note: Jorge Ramos is an intern at El Tecolote and a student at International…

Burden of the Beast: capturing the odyssey of Central American migrants

I can count the times I’ve gone to El Salvador on one hand: once when…

We are like the clouds: When the voices of immigrant children turn into song

The phenomenon of migration—a social topic that has acquired new relevance given the current global…

Mission statement: Artist’s new exhibition tackles gentrification

Mission artist and muralist Josué Rojas exudes an eclectic mix of old-school cool and contemporary…

Gender is defined by the individual not the state

North Carolina made headline news last month when it became the first state in the…

Chain reaction: Immigration raids spur ICE protests across the state

In protest of the continuing immigration raids throughout undocumented communities, a group of demonstrators chained…

News Briefs: Jan. 28 – Feb. 10, 2016

Planning Commission approves interim controls on Mission housing The San Francisco Planning Commission has approved…

Remembering beloved Chicano poet, author

The Chicano poet Francisco Xavier Alarcón died on Jan. 15, 2016— four days after a…

News Briefs: July 30 – Aug. 12

News in brief July 30 – Aug. 9