English EN Spanish ES

English EN Spanish ES

Personal Stories – Why We Choose This Work

You might not even be aware of it, but almost all of us living on the Central Coast know someone who may not have documentation. We share neighborhoods and play sports together. Our kids go to the same schools.

Here are some stories of people we know and love. They have fictional names to protect their identities. These are our loved ones – the ones who motivate us to do this work. *Because of the sensitivity of some of these stories, photos used are for illustration purposes only. They are not related to the person or persons in the story.*

<h2>Zoe</h2>

Zoe

<h2>Isabel</h2>

Isabel

<h2>M’hijos</h2>

M’hijos

<h2>Sofia</h2>

Sofia

<h2>Bolin</h2>

Bolin

<h2>Alejandro</h2>

Alejandro

<h2>Henya</h2>

Henya

<h2 style="line-height:22px; font-size: 22px">Mom & the Lady at the&nbsp;Bus</h2>

Mom & the Lady at the Bus

<h2>Mariana</h2>

Mariana

<h2>Ximena</h2>

Ximena

<h2>My Students</h2>

My Students

"We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”
– Martin Luther King Jr.