Marzena Zukowska

“Growing up, I spent most summers in suburban homes, going to work with my mom. She was a housecleaner. My family was undocumented. Often, we had to take three buses to get to work across town. But my mom was
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Amanda Aguilar Shank

“I went to El Salvador, my mom’s home country, for the first time when I was 19. From my family, I learned about the devastation of the US-backed civil war, and the courage, tenacity, and imagination of the revolutionary movement.
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Anand Kalra

“I grew up an able-bodied, middle-class, queer transgender man of color in an immigrant family in a farming & factory town in rural Illinois during the region’s transformation from bread basket to rust belt. Phew! That experience helped me recognize
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