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@IvanCejatv cofounder @UndocuMedia "Immigrants deserve to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their immigration status or highest level of education. Idk half of you but it is safe to say you would prefer I express respect rather than be quick to shit on you because of your accent, your profession, your degree or lack of. Some of those immigrants you shit on because they might need you to repeat yourself to comprehend, or those that reply with a thick accent, those that care for your kids, in some cases clean your homes, mowing your lawn, taking your order or ringing you up at the register - some of them have engineering degrees in their home countries, some of them were teachers and nurses before immigrating here. & regardless deserve to not be dehumanized or scapegoated. But this is part of the stories of our lives that you will never see on tv...these are the narratives of our lives that go untold...lets change that" HereToStay: good immigrunt GalvancejaTV Shotout to immigrant parents w/degrees from their home country that they can't exercise in the U.S. and sacrifice it all for a better life' 1:25 PM 30 Apr 17 @IvanCejatv cofounder @UndocuMedia "Immigrants deserve to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their immigration status or highest level of education. Idk half of you but it is safe to say you would prefer I express respect rather than be quick to shit on you because of your accent, your profession, your degree or lack of. Some of those immigrants you shit on because they might need you to repeat yourself to comprehend, or those that reply with a thick accent, those that care for your kids, in some cases clean your homes, mowing your lawn, taking your order or ringing you up at the register - some of them have engineering degrees in their home countries, some of them were teachers and nurses before immigrating here. & regardless deserve to not be dehumanized or scapegoated. But this is part of the stories of our lives that you will never see on tv...these are the narratives of our lives that go untold...lets change that" HereToStay
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Ignore dis if you've read it. entire thing is on @pepe.chronicles chapter 1 In Frogtopia, everything is determined by the color of a frog's skin. If you had light green skin, you would obtain money and everything you desired. If you had dark green skin you would be treated like feces. Pepe had dark green skin. He was abandoned by his family at the age of 3.14. His mother, Pepita, and his father, Pepe senior, could not take care of a child, they were just too poor. Their status did not allow them to find jobs or work. Pepe was alone and on the verge of death. Luckily, Pepe was found by a hermit, Pepo. Pepo had neon green skin, he was in the middle of the social hierarchy. Even though it was forbidden for different skin colored frogs to live together, Pepo took in Pepe. Pepe's childhood was rough. He was bullied in school for being dark skinned and having no parents. He became sad and depressed. He thought that he had no reason to live. He wanted to die. He believed that no one would care if he died. One day, when Pepe was at the ripe age of 14, he met Pelina. Pelina was a light skinned frog who came from a rich family that linked back to the first frog king, Pepopopo II. She was a goddess while Pepe was a disgusting piece of trash. Pelina was the first frog to be nice to Pepe. He fell in love with her. He stalked her everyday, he took her toenails in a jar and smelled them, and even crammed himself into the pipes of the toilet. He collected her poop. He smothered himself with it. He had found his reason to live. Pepe who was covered in Pelina's poop, was in his room licking himself. His adoptive father knocked on the door and told him that someone was there to see him. Then, Pepe heard a familiar voice. chapter 2-6 are on @pepe.chronicles.: When you say something 3 times and someone still tells you to repeat yourself Ignore dis if you've read it. entire thing is on @pepe.chronicles chapter 1 In Frogtopia, everything is determined by the color of a frog's skin. If you had light green skin, you would obtain money and everything you desired. If you had dark green skin you would be treated like feces. Pepe had dark green skin. He was abandoned by his family at the age of 3.14. His mother, Pepita, and his father, Pepe senior, could not take care of a child, they were just too poor. Their status did not allow them to find jobs or work. Pepe was alone and on the verge of death. Luckily, Pepe was found by a hermit, Pepo. Pepo had neon green skin, he was in the middle of the social hierarchy. Even though it was forbidden for different skin colored frogs to live together, Pepo took in Pepe. Pepe's childhood was rough. He was bullied in school for being dark skinned and having no parents. He became sad and depressed. He thought that he had no reason to live. He wanted to die. He believed that no one would care if he died. One day, when Pepe was at the ripe age of 14, he met Pelina. Pelina was a light skinned frog who came from a rich family that linked back to the first frog king, Pepopopo II. She was a goddess while Pepe was a disgusting piece of trash. Pelina was the first frog to be nice to Pepe. He fell in love with her. He stalked her everyday, he took her toenails in a jar and smelled them, and even crammed himself into the pipes of the toilet. He collected her poop. He smothered himself with it. He had found his reason to live. Pepe who was covered in Pelina's poop, was in his room licking himself. His adoptive father knocked on the door and told him that someone was there to see him. Then, Pepe heard a familiar voice. chapter 2-6 are on @pepe.chronicles.

Ignore dis if you've read it. entire thing is on @pepe.chronicles chapter 1 In Frogtopia, everything is determined by the color of a frog...

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