About

We are a student-led group that originated in the Washington DC area and works to make immigrants' voices heard within our local and global community. We share immigrants' stories through interviews, webinars, and our global letter-writing campaign. Additionally, we write articles and look at the impact that current events have on the immigrant community. Through this initiative, we hope to unveil the obstacles, courage, and pain behind what many see abstractly as a crisis, but what refugees and immigrants call life.

Our Mission

Our goal is to create a platform and a community where immigrants' voices can be heard. Through this platform, we strive to build a bridge between international organizations, local movements, and the community we are building through our website and projects to show the journey behind the statistic and the stereotype. 

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Who We Are 

Marianna Bonilla
Rose Schosinski
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Carolina Zubler
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Federico Opertti
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Sofia Tejada
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Impact

Over $4,000

 

donated to Villa Caracas; a migrant community in need inhabited by Venezuelan refugees in Barranquilla, Colombia for medical supplies throughout COVID-19 and an integration center.

participants in our letter-writing campaign including our pen pal program with Villa Caracas and note-writing to refugees in Greece.

More than 70

33 countries and 20 states

reached through our platform including U.S.A, Colombia, Greece, Argentina, Spain, Germany, and Mexico