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Posts By: Leticia Peguero

Out Of The Margins Episode 10: Protecting Immigrant Children in New York

By Leticia Peguero on May 30, 2018

At least 35,000 children immigrate to the United States every year as unaccompanied minors. Many of those children end up in New York … Read More >

Out Of The Margins Ep. 9: Transformational Solidarity in the Immigrant Rights Movement

By Leticia Peguero on April 12, 2018

We speak with immigration advocates Rose Cahn of the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Marielena Hincapié of the National Immigration Law Center about … Read More >

Out Of The Margins Episode 8: Fighting Harsh Immigration in Arizona

By Leticia Peguero on March 15, 2018

Frederick Douglass told us that “if there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Our guests in this episode of Out Of The … Read More >

The Surdna Foundation and Andrus Family Fund Pledge $800,000 to Next-Generation Social Justice Philanthropy

By Leticia Peguero on February 7, 2018

21 national organizations awarded grants, advancing the Foundation’s commitment to social justice values as part of its Centennial grantmaking The Surdna Foundation, in … Read More >

#HayOtraForma: Another Way to Realize Justice

By Leticia Peguero on January 16, 2018

Over the past few years, I have tried to make #HayOtraFroma trend on social media. This hashtag is so relevant to me because … Read More >

Out Of The Margins Episode 7: No Child Is Incorrigible

By Leticia Peguero on January 15, 2018

The United States is the only country in the world that sentences children to life without the possibility of parole. Today’s guest is … Read More >