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Repost @JustinoMora1, co-founder of UndocuMedia: This is what transparency and accountability look like. This is a difficult and challenging process; however, it is needed in order to bring about justice, allow us to grow as individuals and as a community, hold people accountable, and create a stronger movement. . Please read the testimonies in this order: 👉🏽 Karla (@karla_estrada_222): bit.ly-KarlaStatement . 👉🏽 Denea (@creole_goddess94): bit.ly-DeneaStatement . 👉🏽 Yadira (@ywm_88): bit.ly-YadiraStatement . @UndocuMedia is bigger than me and Ivan Ceja. UndocuMedia is a philosophy and a large community of loving, caring, and passionate individuals. UndocuMedia is about YOU ALL! Thanks to our tens of thousands of dedicated followers, we have stopped people's deportations, assisted in natural disasters, advocated for immigration issues, etc. Rebecca Medina (our other Board Member) and I ask for your patience and support. We won't stay silent and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and others. . Please let others know.: justinomora1 A day before Karla Estrada went public, I notified our Board of Directors about Ivan Ceja's transgressions and demanded his resignation. I did my due diligence to listen and talk to all the affected individuals (Karla, Denea, Yadira, etc) and gather as much evidence as possible. It's been a long and challenging process. Since Tuesday, I have been putting enormous internal pressure on Ivan Ceja (@ivncja, Executive Director) and Francisco Barragan (our Board Chairman) to cooperate with me and Rebecca Medina (our other board member) and take this seriously! Due to the complexity of the issue, I have been advised not to post on the UndocuMedia platform as this can be used agaisnt me (I hope y'all understand). Upon learning about Ivan's transgressions against Karla, I confronted Ivan and have exhausted all internal procedures to hold him accountable. I support and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and any other person that might come out. I support their public calls for accountability and change. This is necessary Repost @JustinoMora1, co-founder of UndocuMedia: This is what transparency and accountability look like. This is a difficult and challenging process; however, it is needed in order to bring about justice, allow us to grow as individuals and as a community, hold people accountable, and create a stronger movement. . Please read the testimonies in this order: 👉🏽 Karla (@karla_estrada_222): bit.ly-KarlaStatement . 👉🏽 Denea (@creole_goddess94): bit.ly-DeneaStatement . 👉🏽 Yadira (@ywm_88): bit.ly-YadiraStatement . @UndocuMedia is bigger than me and Ivan Ceja. UndocuMedia is a philosophy and a large community of loving, caring, and passionate individuals. UndocuMedia is about YOU ALL! Thanks to our tens of thousands of dedicated followers, we have stopped people's deportations, assisted in natural disasters, advocated for immigration issues, etc. Rebecca Medina (our other Board Member) and I ask for your patience and support. We won't stay silent and stand with Karla, Denea, Yadira, and others. . Please let others know.

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On Dec. 16th, Karla Estrada, an undocumented activist, will board a plane to Mexico to direct and produce a documentary about the lives of undocumented immigrants that were deported and impacted by family separation. She will traveling using a temporary travel permit granted under Advanced Parole. 💯🙌🏽 Karla needs our help, donate today: bit.ly-SupportKarla OR also on her BIO 👉🏾 @karla_estrada_222 This is her story, please consider donating: "This fundraiser is dedicated to documenting the story of my family's separation, their experiences with various social aspects in the United States and their struggle after returning to the Homeland. My greatest hope for this project is to educate and raise awareness of what it means to be separated from your family due to issues that could've easily been avoided if we just had an opportunity in the U.S or access to healthcare. It will also touch upon the subject of how the Mexican government is not helping deportees-returnees. On April 2017, my younger brother Voluntary Departure to Mexico, after months detained and mistreated by the Agents of Adelanto Detention Center. My parents joined him on June 2017, making me the only member of my family in the United States. I was approved for Advance Parole only a week before DACA was rescinded, and Advance Parole terminated for the recipients. I will perhaps be one of the last DACA recipients to travel with AP. I need the help of my community and allies to be successful, I am want this project to be a community effort, because this is the story of many of us and our family members. This will be a project led by undocumented youth-POC for the world." Donate: bit.ly-SupportKarla: Karla, an undocumented activist & founder of UndocuTravelers, will be perhaps the last DACA recipient in history to travel abroad this Dec. She will produce a documentary about the lives of immigrants that were deported and separated from their families. Please consider donating to her campaign: bit.ly/SupportKarla ← Documenting the ex Undocumented: Returning to Mexico For: Karla Estrada Sanchez Los Angeles, CA Organizer: Karla Estrada Sanchez 250 SHARES 284 On Dec. 16th, Karla Estrada, an undocumented activist, will board a plane to Mexico to direct and produce a documentary about the lives of undocumented immigrants that were deported and impacted by family separation. She will traveling using a temporary travel permit granted under Advanced Parole. 💯🙌🏽 Karla needs our help, donate today: bit.ly-SupportKarla OR also on her BIO 👉🏾 @karla_estrada_222 This is her story, please consider donating: "This fundraiser is dedicated to documenting the story of my family's separation, their experiences with various social aspects in the United States and their struggle after returning to the Homeland. My greatest hope for this project is to educate and raise awareness of what it means to be separated from your family due to issues that could've easily been avoided if we just had an opportunity in the U.S or access to healthcare. It will also touch upon the subject of how the Mexican government is not helping deportees-returnees. On April 2017, my younger brother Voluntary Departure to Mexico, after months detained and mistreated by the Agents of Adelanto Detention Center. My parents joined him on June 2017, making me the only member of my family in the United States. I was approved for Advance Parole only a week before DACA was rescinded, and Advance Parole terminated for the recipients. I will perhaps be one of the last DACA recipients to travel with AP. I need the help of my community and allies to be successful, I am want this project to be a community effort, because this is the story of many of us and our family members. This will be a project led by undocumented youth-POC for the world." Donate: bit.ly-SupportKarla

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@JustinoMora1, co-founder of @undocumedia: "We drove over 1,450 miles across the country (from Los Angeles to Laredo, TX) in approximately 24 hours to help deliver essential supplies to the people affected by the recent earthquakes in Central Mexico. Exactly 2 days ago, we reached Laredo, TX and filled up Esteban's 18-wheeler truck with the provisions we carried in our 26-foot U-Haul truck. I cannot emphasize enough the thousands of people that are going to benefit from all the food, medicine, and other essential supplies we collected. This was only half of the journey. Esteban Burgoa, Hector Barajas, and Yolanda Varona are going to take care of the second leg of the journey. They're going to be delivering the provisions to Oaxaca, Puebla, Morelos, and the other affected regions. Special shout-out to all of the people that made this possible: Karla Estrada, the people of South El Monte, Epiphany Catholic Church, and all of the volunteers and donors!" FuerzaMexico MexicoRelief: Mission Complete! We drove 1,400+ miles from LA to Laredo, TX to fill up an 18-wheeler truck with provisions for the Mexico earthquake victims. @JustinoMora1, co-founder of @undocumedia: "We drove over 1,450 miles across the country (from Los Angeles to Laredo, TX) in approximately 24 hours to help deliver essential supplies to the people affected by the recent earthquakes in Central Mexico. Exactly 2 days ago, we reached Laredo, TX and filled up Esteban's 18-wheeler truck with the provisions we carried in our 26-foot U-Haul truck. I cannot emphasize enough the thousands of people that are going to benefit from all the food, medicine, and other essential supplies we collected. This was only half of the journey. Esteban Burgoa, Hector Barajas, and Yolanda Varona are going to take care of the second leg of the journey. They're going to be delivering the provisions to Oaxaca, Puebla, Morelos, and the other affected regions. Special shout-out to all of the people that made this possible: Karla Estrada, the people of South El Monte, Epiphany Catholic Church, and all of the volunteers and donors!" FuerzaMexico MexicoRelief

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My friend Matt (Twitter: @mathew_foresta) and I are driving a 26-foot long U-Haul truck across the country with over 4,000 lbs of canned food, medicine, water, etc. that will eventually be delivered to the people affected by the earthquake in Central Mexico. Today, we have driven over 700 miles and we will be meeting our friend Esteban Burgoa in Laredo, Texas where we will transfer everything to his 18-wheeler truck (already half full with provisions from the people of Chicago). TO SUPPORT THESE EFFORTS SEE LINK IN BIO 👉🏾 @UndocuMedia 👈🏾 Special shout-out to Karla Estrada (@karla_estrada_222) for leading this operation, the people of South El Monte for their donations, all the volunteers, AND, last but not least, Hector Barajas (a deported veteran) who will be accompanying Esteban in the last half part of the trip to their final destination. We need your financial support to finish this trip. SEE LINK IN BIO 👉🏾 @UndocuMedia 👈🏾: Driving a U-Haul truck with 4,000+ lbs of provisions for the people affected by the Mexico earthquake. MAKES MOVING EASIER Quality Fuel My friend Matt (Twitter: @mathew_foresta) and I are driving a 26-foot long U-Haul truck across the country with over 4,000 lbs of canned food, medicine, water, etc. that will eventually be delivered to the people affected by the earthquake in Central Mexico. Today, we have driven over 700 miles and we will be meeting our friend Esteban Burgoa in Laredo, Texas where we will transfer everything to his 18-wheeler truck (already half full with provisions from the people of Chicago). TO SUPPORT THESE EFFORTS SEE LINK IN BIO 👉🏾 @UndocuMedia 👈🏾 Special shout-out to Karla Estrada (@karla_estrada_222) for leading this operation, the people of South El Monte for their donations, all the volunteers, AND, last but not least, Hector Barajas (a deported veteran) who will be accompanying Esteban in the last half part of the trip to their final destination. We need your financial support to finish this trip. SEE LINK IN BIO 👉🏾 @UndocuMedia 👈🏾

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Gadis ini memang berasal dari keluarga pas-pasan. Ibunya, Ngatinem, menjadi satu-satunya tulang punggung keluarga. Dia bekerja keras sejak suaminya meninggal pada 2007 lalu. Bukan cuma menggoreng gorengan, Ngatinem juga bekerja serabutan. Biasanya, dia menitipkan gorengannya ke tetangga untuk dijual di sebuah kantin sekolah. Pekerjaan tak tetap ini tak mendatangkan banyak uang. Penghasilan setiap bulannya pun tidak pernah lebih dari Rp500 ribu. "Gak tentu kerjanya, kalau ada tetangga yang minta tolong baru kerja. Kalau tidak ada ya di rumah saja sambil buat gorengan untuk dijual ke kantin," jelas Ngatinem. Untungnya, dia dibantu kedua anakyang yang telah berkeluarga untuk membiayai kebutuhan sehari-hari. Meskipun keduanya bukan anak kandung, tetapi mereka tetap mendukung dan membantu Dyah, anak semata wayangnya. Ternyata, Dyah dapat berkuliah di salah satu universitas top di Indonesia ini berkat beasiswa bidikmisi. Berkat kerja keras dan kemauan yang kuat,Dyah akhirnya mampu meraih cita-citanya untuk berkuliah di jurusan tersebut. Dyah, yang pada saat diterima di UGM masih berusia 19 tahun, memang sudah bercita-cita menjadi dokter sejak dia kecil. Ketika mendengar kabar dirinya diterima di kampus terkenal ini, dia tak mampu menahan rasa gembira dan haru. Dia pun langsung memeluk ibunya ketika mendengar berita baik ini. "Waktu dikabari kakak kalau diterima di FK UGM saya langsung berpelukan dengan ibu senang dan haru campur aduk jadi satu. Gak nyangka bisa diterima di jurusan favorit kebanyakan pelajar dengan persaingannya cukup ketat," katanya, seperti yang dikutip dari situs resmi UGM. Dyah, yang tinggal di daerah Nyamplung Kidul, Balecatur, Gamping, Sleman, Yogyakarta ini, ingin menjadi dokter karena masih sedikit dokter di kampungnya. Kondisi inilah yang membuatnya bertekad ingin menjadi dokter, agar bisa menolong dan melayani masyarakat. Dyah yang terlahir dari keluarga yang sangat sederhana, membuatnya terbiasa hidup prihatin. Namun, keadaan yang buruk ini tak membuatnya pasrah begitu saja. Dia lantas bekerja keras dengan tekun belajar sejak duduk di Sekolah Dasar. Ternyata, kerja keras dan ketekunannya ini membuahkan hasil yang luar biasa: HomeInspiration Kisah Dyah, Anak Tukang Gorengan yang Diterima di Kedokteran UGM Oleh Karla Farhana pada 06 Jul 2017, 14:14 WIB LINE Gadis ini memang berasal dari keluarga pas-pasan. Ibunya, Ngatinem, menjadi satu-satunya tulang punggung keluarga. Dia bekerja keras sejak suaminya meninggal pada 2007 lalu. Bukan cuma menggoreng gorengan, Ngatinem juga bekerja serabutan. Biasanya, dia menitipkan gorengannya ke tetangga untuk dijual di sebuah kantin sekolah. Pekerjaan tak tetap ini tak mendatangkan banyak uang. Penghasilan setiap bulannya pun tidak pernah lebih dari Rp500 ribu. "Gak tentu kerjanya, kalau ada tetangga yang minta tolong baru kerja. Kalau tidak ada ya di rumah saja sambil buat gorengan untuk dijual ke kantin," jelas Ngatinem. Untungnya, dia dibantu kedua anakyang yang telah berkeluarga untuk membiayai kebutuhan sehari-hari. Meskipun keduanya bukan anak kandung, tetapi mereka tetap mendukung dan membantu Dyah, anak semata wayangnya. Ternyata, Dyah dapat berkuliah di salah satu universitas top di Indonesia ini berkat beasiswa bidikmisi. Berkat kerja keras dan kemauan yang kuat,Dyah akhirnya mampu meraih cita-citanya untuk berkuliah di jurusan tersebut. Dyah, yang pada saat diterima di UGM masih berusia 19 tahun, memang sudah bercita-cita menjadi dokter sejak dia kecil. Ketika mendengar kabar dirinya diterima di kampus terkenal ini, dia tak mampu menahan rasa gembira dan haru. Dia pun langsung memeluk ibunya ketika mendengar berita baik ini. "Waktu dikabari kakak kalau diterima di FK UGM saya langsung berpelukan dengan ibu senang dan haru campur aduk jadi satu. Gak nyangka bisa diterima di jurusan favorit kebanyakan pelajar dengan persaingannya cukup ketat," katanya, seperti yang dikutip dari situs resmi UGM. Dyah, yang tinggal di daerah Nyamplung Kidul, Balecatur, Gamping, Sleman, Yogyakarta ini, ingin menjadi dokter karena masih sedikit dokter di kampungnya. Kondisi inilah yang membuatnya bertekad ingin menjadi dokter, agar bisa menolong dan melayani masyarakat. Dyah yang terlahir dari keluarga yang sangat sederhana, membuatnya terbiasa hidup prihatin. Namun, keadaan yang buruk ini tak membuatnya pasrah begitu saja. Dia lantas bekerja keras dengan tekun belajar sejak duduk di Sekolah Dasar. Ternyata, kerja keras dan ketekunannya ini membuahkan hasil yang luar biasa

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