78 minutes | Feb 22nd 2021

Texas Outrage

In this episode, we are joined by Carlos Sotelo, Erika Rocha, and Giovanni Escobedo, all immigrant and undocumented folks residing in Texas. This episode highlights the impact and organizing efforts of communities in Houston, Austin, and The Rio Grande Valley. We talk about the difference in support based on geographical location. The need to make mutual aid accessible to people who speak a different language, those who do not have access to a car or computer to apply. The need for ground communal organizing is how many communities in Texas have survived. I also ask what is happening near the border and at detention centers. Below are our show notes, you can check out various places to donate that help low-income, BIPOC immigrant communities. Show Notes: Laredo Laredo Community Fridge Go Fund Me Resource Distribution Fund Go Fund Me Laredo Community Fridge Venmo: @feed956 Canidea Collective Venmo: @canidaeco Rio Grande Valley LUPE’s Immigrant Relief Fund Donate to Angry Tias and Abuelas of Rio Grande Valley Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley Austin Power Up Texas Fund Houston West Street Recovery Mutual Aid Houston Find Us: Support us on Patreon Follow us on Instagram Visit our Facebook page Find us on Twitter Find us on TikTok Visit our Website Music: Cadenza by @deriks_social_studies Produced by Caleb Nelson of sudo Science
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