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Maru Mora-Villalpando in her own words

by Reagan Jackson

(This article was originally published on The Seattle Globalist and has been reprinted with permission)

Outspoken. Courageous. Humble. Brilliant. Unyielding. Controversial. Undocumented.

Many words have been used to describe Maru Mora-Villalpando, the 2018 Globalist of the Year, but when I ask her how she would describe herself, she said simply as a single mom and a community organizer.

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Local Immigrant Rights Leaders Reflect on SCOTUS Ruling

by Ellis Simani

The debate over immigration policy in our country has long been among the most contentious topics of this year’s presidential and congressional elections, but yesterday morning it took center stage when the starkly polarized Supreme Court deadlocked in a 4-4 vote on President Obama’s immigration plan. The executive action would have provided relief to millions of undocumented parents and children across the country. Continue reading Local Immigrant Rights Leaders Reflect on SCOTUS Ruling