Moises and other El Cambio members spoke to BB&T staff and community members about Deferred Action and the psychological, emotional and physical trauma that the undocumented community is subjected to through racism, xenophobia and harsh immigration laws. Now BB&T is the first American Bank to openly welcome DACA-mented individuals in an effort to help…Read More
Moises spoke to Middlebury College students about the need for advocacy toward immigrant and LGBTQ rights.
Moises was the keynote speaker at the conference for Latino high school students from Alamance, Forsyth and Guilford counties. Soy un lider means “I am a leader.” Moises also led workshops on building confidence in preparation for college.
It's official! Our Kickstarter campaign is over! We raised $5,191!!! THANK YOU to everyone who supported the project both financially and emotionally!!! We are so excited to move forward and get the website up and running. We'll keep you posted! In the meantime, come out and attend the PRIDE Festival and Parade this morning... Read More
Moises spoke to students and educators about his personal story as he pursues his dream as a first generation immigrant youth.
Moises and El Cambio members created the first Undocumented Queer float in the annual Pride Parade.
On Monday night, the U.S. inaugural poet Richard Blanco spoke before an audience of 200 people in Greensboro, North Carolina. Richard acknowledged Moises’ celebrity status in the area and then dedicated a poem to him! The poem is titled Taking My Cousin’s Picture at the Statue of Liberty.
Moises wrote an article which has been featured in the Huffington Post.... Read More
Moises was invited to MC McDonald’s Fiesta Tour event at the annual celebrating Latino family, culture, and community. http://www.elpueblo.org/eng/la-fiesta-del-pueblo-2013
I came to the United States when I was eighteen months old. As I moved through public school, I knew that I was different from my classmates -- not only was I hiding that I was an undocumented immigrant, but I was also hiding the fact that I was gay.... Read More