018 Advance Parole with MISOL part I with Diana, Dulce, and Yoana
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1w ago
Diana, Dulce, and Yoana participated in the 2023 MISOL advance parole study abroad program and they had the opportunity to return to Mexico. In this episode, they share their experiences with their families, with the program, and the process of coming back to the U.S. Listen as they share their stories and their experiences.    Stay Connected:  MISOL Website: https://misolwisconsin.org MISOL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MISOLwisconsin MISOL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misol_wisconsin   Educators and Immigration Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/educatorsandimmigra ..read more
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017 Living in Mexico with Marco Bravo
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
6M ago
In this episode, Marco Bravo, owner of Distribuidora de Café Jaguar, shares his story. Marco graduated from a Madison High School in 2011 and then graduated from Edgewood College in 2015, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Spanish. Marco also received his English-Spanish Language Interpretation certification from Madison College. Marco shares his story of returning to and living in Mexico.  Stay Connected:  Distribuidora de Café Jaguar: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100058813186249&mibextid=ZbWKwL   Educators and Immigration Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/educators ..read more
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016 African Center for Community Development with Tunji Lesi, Ama Mohammed and Sarriang Ceesay
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
8M ago
In this episode, we learn about all the amazing work that the African Center for Community Development is doing. We speak with Tunji Lesi, CPA, Ama Mohammed, and Sarriang Ceesay. Tunji is the president, Ama is the community outreach coordinator, and Sarriang is the Undocumented Immigrant Support manager. The African Center for Community Development is a nonprofit organization that promotes the well-being of the immigrant African community in Madison and Dane County. The organization was developed by members of the African Association of Madison in 2014 and became active in 2018. The organizati ..read more
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014 MISOL DACA and Advance Parole with Erika Rosales and Yesenia Villalpando Torres
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1y ago
Hello and welcome to another episode of Educators and Immigration. It has been a while since I have released an episode. The reason is because I was traveling with our guests for today Erika Rosales and Yesenia Villalpando-Torres. We are the steering committee for the Mexico International Study Opportunity for Learning (MISOL) program and this December and January, we had a cohort of 18 participants who traveled to Mexico for a life-changing opportunity.  Erika and Yesenia are strong activists for the immigrant community at the local, state, and national levels. They are always looking fo ..read more
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008 Aliento: Creating Healing Spaces, Political Change, and Leadership Development with Reyna Montoya
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1y ago
Reyna Montoya @Reynaemontoya is the founder of Aliento, a non-profit organization with the vision of creating a place where human potential is nurtured and not defined by immigration status. Aliento serves undocumented, DACA, and mixed-status families to transform trauma into hope and action. They focus on well-being, emotional healing, and leadership development of those impacted by the inequities of lacking an immigration status.    Educators and Immigration Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/educatorsandimmigration Educators and Immigration Website: https://educatorsandimmigration.com E ..read more
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007 The Dream Center at Salt Lake Community College with Brenda Santoyo and Idolina Quijada
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1y ago
Learn about the amazing work that Brenda Santoyo and Idolina Quijada are doing with the Dream Center at Salt Lake Community College.  ..read more
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006 Financial Literacy with the Latinx Community with Lorena Munoz
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1y ago
Lorena Munoz is a bilingual personal financial counselor and the host of the podcast De Peso a Peso. She speaks with us about how to support financial literacy with the Latinx community.  ..read more
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004 Supporting Undocumented Students in High School with Robin Murphy-Sinha
Educators and Immigration
by Gerardo Mancilla
1y ago
Robin Murphy-Sinha is a bilingual high school counselor who shares the best strategies to support undocumented students in high school settings. Topics discussed include ESL and Bilingual Education programs, refugee students, and applying for college.  ..read more
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