Fellowship Reflections: Goolam Saber
"I don’t work well with my whole life in Zoom. Instead I thought of murals, paste ups, and projects that would keep us socially distant and finding new and alternative ways to connect, create, and making these changes is quite exciting."
Fellowship Reflections: Danyeli Rodriguez Del Orbe
"Upon returning to Los Angeles, after organizing in The Bronx, attending Black Lives Matter protests, and engaging in civil disobedience, I felt the need to write. But whenever I sat on the computer, I could not find the appropriate words to express the frustration and betrayal I felt from a country that had already robbed me of so much joy."
Fellowship Reflections: Maryam Faridani
"It is hard to have hope about a better future in the current situation. To feel that the road I have chosen will take me to a better place."
Fellowship Reflections: Grecia Huesca Dominguez
"The most important aspect of my work was my community project — a workshop for undocumented high school students on how to tell their own stories and not to fall into the immigrant trauma trap."
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