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- Eliana Fernández, 29, of Patchogue, New York, came to the United States from #Ecuador when she was 14. She was among marchers calling for legal residence for immigrants known as #Dreamers and #DACAmented, who are losing protections from deportation, as the Trump administration is winding down an Obama-era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or #DACA. #TheFullQuote: “You know, one of the reasons why I’m marching today is because if DACA is ending next year and we don’t have anything in place to replace it I think it’ll be devastating, not only for me but for thousands of other young people, who have benefited from DACA, and also, like you know, there’s families… Umm, I’m also, you know, I have children and you know I wouldn’t want to be separated from my kids and also if I don’t have any status, how am I going to be able to have a job? And you know, thanks to DACA I was able to graduate from college, I bought a home, so, like you know, losing DACA would mean losing my whole financial stability and emotional stability, ‘cause then I wouldn’t have anything, you know, to replace it and I think that’s why it’s so important to call our #Congress representatives to make sure like, you know, our voices are heard and they can support a bipartisan clean Dream Act… Having DACA, you know, that allowed me the opportunity to have a better-paying job to be able to afford school... ‘cause you know a lot of people don’t know, don’t understand that, as a DACA recipient, we don’t get any kind of financial aid or any like support from the state. Every penny that I paid for my #education came out of my pocket and a lot of sacrifices had to be made as a family for me to be able to graduate college.” (Hi all, this is a new idea I’m trying to give some snapshots of people I interview in my #reporting outings, trying to use this social medium to offer a fuller quote than fits in a typical story. I'm calling it #TheFullQuote. Hope you find it interesting. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments).
- Eliana Fernández, 29, of Patchogue, New York, came to the United States from #Ecuador when she was 14. She was among marchers calling for legal residence for immigrants known as #Dreamers and #DACAmented , who are losing protections from deportation, as the Trump administration is winding down an Obama-era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or #DACA . #TheFullQuote: “You know, one of the reasons why I’m marching today is because if DACA is ending next year and we don’t have anything in place to replace it I think it’ll be devastating, not only for me but for thousands of other young people, who have benefited from DACA, and also, like you know, there’s families… Umm, I’m also, you know, I have children and you know I wouldn’t want to be separated from my kids and also if I don’t have any status, how am I going to be able to have a job? And you know, thanks to DACA I was able to graduate from college, I bought a home, so, like you know, losing DACA would mean losing my whole financial stability and emotional stability, ‘cause then I wouldn’t have anything, you know, to replace it and I think that’s why it’s so important to call our #Congress representatives to make sure like, you know, our voices are heard and they can support a bipartisan clean Dream Act… Having DACA, you know, that allowed me the opportunity to have a better-paying job to be able to afford school... ‘cause you know a lot of people don’t know, don’t understand that, as a DACA recipient, we don’t get any kind of financial aid or any like support from the state. Every penny that I paid for my #education came out of my pocket and a lot of sacrifices had to be made as a family for me to be able to graduate college.” (Hi all, this is a new idea I’m trying to give some snapshots of people I interview in my #reporting outings, trying to use this social medium to offer a fuller quote than fits in a typical story. I& #39;m calling it #TheFullQuote . Hope you find it interesting. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments).
- Eliana Fernández, 29, of Patchogue, New York, came to the United States from #Ecuador when she was 14. She was among marchers calling for legal residence for immigrants known as #Dreamers and #DACAmented, who are losing protections from deportation, as the Trump administration is winding down an Obama-era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or #DACA. #TheFullQuote: “You know, one of the reasons why I’m marching today is because if DACA is ending next year and we don’t have anything in place to replace it I think it’ll be devastating, not only for me but for thousands of other young people, who have benefited from DACA, and also, like you know, there’s families… Umm, I’m also, you know, I have children and you know I wouldn’t want to be separated from my kids and also if I don’t have any status, how am I going to be able to have a job? And you know, thanks to DACA I was able to graduate from college, I bought a home, so, like you know, losing DACA would mean losing my whole financial stability and emotional stability, ‘cause then I wouldn’t have anything, you know, to replace it and I think that’s why it’s so important to call our #Congress representatives to make sure like, you know, our voices are heard and they can support a bipartisan clean Dream Act… Having DACA, you know, that allowed me the opportunity to have a better-paying job to be able to afford school... ‘cause you know a lot of people don’t know, don’t understand that, as a DACA recipient, we don’t get any kind of financial aid or any like support from the state. Every penny that I paid for my #education came out of my pocket and a lot of sacrifices had to be made as a family for me to be able to graduate college.” (Hi all, this is a new idea I’m trying to give some snapshots of people I interview in my #reporting outings, trying to use this social medium to offer a fuller quote than fits in a typical story. I'm calling it #TheFullQuote. Hope you find it interesting. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments).
- "Nationally, arrestees make up 70 percent of the jail population—pretrial detention is a major reason why the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Nearly all of the growth in our jail population over the past 30 years is due to the detention of those not yet convicted of any crime. The number of Americans sitting in jail without a conviction is larger than most other countries' entire incarcerated population." —Bryce Covert, "America Is Waking Up to the Injustice of Cash Bail"
- "Nationally, arrestees make up 70 percent of the jail population—pretrial detention is a major reason why the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Nearly all of the growth in our jail population over the past 30 years is due to the detention of those not yet convicted of any crime. The number of Americans sitting in jail without a conviction is larger than most other countries& #39; entire incarcerated population." —Bryce Covert, "America Is Waking Up to the Injustice of Cash Bail"
- "Nationally, arrestees make up 70 percent of the jail population—pretrial detention is a major reason why the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. Nearly all of the growth in our jail population over the past 30 years is due to the detention of those not yet convicted of any crime. The number of Americans sitting in jail without a conviction is larger than most other countries' entire incarcerated population." —Bryce Covert, "America Is Waking Up to the Injustice of Cash Bail"
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- From a protest I covered last year: a man who was keen to speak to a journalist-in-training. "I just want my voice to be heard before I can't talk anymore." The smell was probably not revolution but actually blue powder from the smoke bomb be just let off in a huge crowd of people. • • • • • • #photojournalism#journalist#politics#politicaljournalism#documentaryphotography#reporting#reportagespotlight#magnumphotos#lensculture#lenseculturestreets#streetphotographer#moodygram#capturetheshot#lenscrafters#journalismstudent#mmu#manchestermetropolitanuniversity
- From a protest I covered last year: a man who was keen to speak to a journalist-in-training. "I just want my voice to be heard before I can& #39;t talk anymore." The smell was probably not revolution but actually blue powder from the smoke bomb be just let off in a huge crowd of people. • • • • • • #photojournalism #journalis #politics #politicaljournalis #documentaryphotography #reportin #reportagespotlight #magnumphoto #lensculture #lenseculturestreet #streetphotographer #moodygra #capturetheshot #lenscrafter #journalismstudent #mm #manchestermetropolitanuniversity
- From a protest I covered last year: a man who was keen to speak to a journalist-in-training. "I just want my voice to be heard before I can't talk anymore." The smell was probably not revolution but actually blue powder from the smoke bomb be just let off in a huge crowd of people. • • • • • • #photojournalism#journalist#politics#politicaljournalism#documentaryphotography#reporting#reportagespotlight#magnumphotos#lensculture#lenseculturestreets#streetphotographer#moodygram#capturetheshot#lenscrafters#journalismstudent#mmu#manchestermetropolitanuniversity

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