On Monday, September 8, Moises attended his first classes as a student at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. A seasoned organizer, he was ready to take on a heavy course load including classes on the philosophy of equality and his area of expertise, race and immigration. As we witnessed the beginning of a…Read More
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.
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
Moises and El Cambio members created their first Undocu-Queer float for the annual parade.
Moises joined hundreds of Winston-Salem area residents as they celebrated the historic victory for LGBTQ advocates nationwide when the supreme court struck down DOMA.