Stories Sort By DateDateFilter TagsFilter - AllAllyBelongingChoiceCommunityDreamsEmpowermentFamilyGrowthIdentityInspirationJourneysLíderes CampesinasLossLoveMourningOtherPlayRenewalResilienceTribute Standing on the Shoulders of Ma Rosa y Mama...Valerie JaimesI’m at a point in my life where deep reflection dawns on a desire and overwhelming pressure to revitalize and continue my family’s stories. At The End of The DayAlanaI stand on the shoulders of two people that worked with the circumstances they were given to provide opportunities for their children. My Mother's KneesRuthAlthough she had nice legs, her knees were bent together in an odd position at the center. She always preferred to keep them covered Journey of the Monarch ButterflyMonarch ButterflyI keep in mind always to never lose my story of how far I’ve come. A Strange FeelingAllison ChalcoI celebrate having my history exist outside the borders of the country I live in. Developing Identify, Self and CultureIris GuzmanEven though I loved school and learning, especially reading, I was made to feel ashamed for being “smart.” Right NowCristina GarcíaHalfway through my senior year in high school, I decided that I wouldn’t continue with applications to college or community college... TetheredDawn MillerSaw on classroom wall “without a struggle there can be no progress” A Fortunate PersonAimeé Molina-CuellarLove is what saved me. No Pido Disculpa (I Don’t Apologize)G. AmayaI am not sorry for my errors. I am not sorry for the space I occupy. Mi Vida (My Life)Mitzi UlloaLet my story be a whisper. 345 Wooster AvenueDeanna “Deni” Consuelo SisnerosNana’s house was my sanctuary and a sea filled with many loving memories. Her roses in the backyard gave life to the hummingbirds who would stop by and the blackberry tree gave all the grandchildren a mountain to climb.