Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Home for Minors: How do undocumented minors create a community in LA?

Since Summer of 2014 I have had the great pleasure of being consulted on various projects (community, legal, media, etc.) regarding the condition of unaccompanied Central American child migrants’ migration journeys to the U.S. and their lives once here. A recent google search led me to a project led by Rebecca Gibian of the USC […]

ICYMI: Al Jazeera America reports, “When Migrant Kids Become Homeless”

LOS ANGELES — The community where Cristian Gomez grew up in rural Guatemala didn’t have traffic lights. So it wasn’t until he was 13, when he moved to Los Angeles in 2008 to live with his aunt, that he learned how to cross a busy city street. Back then, Gomez stood 4 feet 8 inches […]