Catalina Adorno

Catalina Adorno is a volunteer organizer with Movimiento Cosecha, an immigrant rights movement fighting for permanent protection, dignity and respect. She is a DACA recipient and immigrant living in the United States from Mexico.

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Members of the South Central Farm attending the immigrant rights march in downtown Los Angeles California on May Day, 2006. (Wikimedia/Jonathan McIntosh) Views
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
What Immigrants Can Learn From the Teachers Strikes
The wave of teacher strikes across the United States this year is a reminder of what workers can accomplish if they use their labor as leverage when making demands. Following strikes that ranged from six days to over two weeks, teachers won wage increases in four states. Some also won more funding...
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