I attended Planting a Seed. I thought it was very thoughtful and insightful. As a minority, it is important to stand up for one another and also be willing to learn about cultural appropriation. It gave me a lot to think about moving forward in my undergrad career.
I formed a part of the panel that talked about learning from past "failures". Failures on campus tend to be seen as detrimental and it's important to not see them as that; failures are the best learning opportunities we can take for ourselves.
At the NWA Immigration Resource Center, I worked on poster for the vigil being held in Fort Smith and Little Rock protesting the new law S.B. 411.
At the NWA Immigration Resource Center, I made phone calls to people who had donated before to the organization for donations.
This was part of my volunteering at the NWA Immigration Resource Center. Danni and I went to local stores and asked for material donations for remodeling. Non-profits can only support themselves through donations - this includes salaries.
At the NWA Immigration Resource Center, I worked on translating a legal divorce document from English to Spanish for a member.
I continued to work from home on the marriage licence document becuase it was needed that night.
While volunteering, I worked on translating a marriage license from Spanish to English.
I attended the Mid-Term watch party at the Honors College lounge. I enjoyed, and certainly glad, attending the mid-term watch party because I got to see other college students like me care about the future. All of us int there had voted, and although the results for Arkansas weren't the ones most of us had hoped for, the House of Representatives went BLUE! As I reflect on this, I can see that Arkansas will hopefully become a progressive state.