The Sun — Members of the UndocuBlack Network are holding discussions about the black immigrant experience across Southern California. They met at Cal State San Bernardino on Monday, March 13. The UndocuBlack Network aims to highlight the black immigrant experience to “blackify” the country’s understanding of the undocumented population and make it easier for the black undocumented community to access necessary resources. There are members in Los Angeles.
“We have to be aware that there are different identities within the undocumented community,” said Maria Barragan, coordinator for the DREAMers Resource and Success Center at Cal State San Bernardino. “We’re not all Latino, Hispanic, or Mexican.”
The article was published on March 15, 2017.
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