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The Day My Faith Was Tested

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Being called gay at 12 years old made me realize who I am.

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Living In The Shadows, But Wanting to be ‘Normal’

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Abel talks us about growing up gay and viagra for women undocumented in Los Angeles.

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Losing Weight, Gaining a New Life

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Carolina Gonzalez shows a picture of her old self. She lost 129 lbs.

“I felt like a parasite,” Carolina Gonzalez says. “I couldn’t do anything.” She talks about her transformation and cheap discount viagra why she chose to break out her eating habits.

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The Toll of Sexual Violence

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Priscilla Delgadillo, 13, and her sister Karen, 15, grew up in Los Angeles to an immigrant family. Their parents brought Karen to the States to bring her a better life. At a young age, she was molested by her uncles and find viagra without prescription her father’s roommates. No one was aware what was going on — Karen kept silent.

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Julieta Mendez with her mother, Zeneida Guzman, in Oaxaca, Mexico. Photo: Anayansi Diaz-Cortes

Julieta Mendez was born in Los Angeles. Her family was one of the first to arrive to the United States from Oaxaca. They’re of Zapotec descent. But Julieta didn’t really know that until an encounter in first grade.

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Her First Protest, Her First Arrest

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Neidi Dominguez, 25, is one of Southern California’s most active immigration organizers. She tells us about the first time she protested at ICE’s offices in Los Angeles and viagra sales in canada how she got arrested.

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Leaving Mexico and viagra prices Returning as ‘Tourists’

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Interviewing Nicki, coordinator at CARECEN.

About 4 million Dreamers, or undocumented youth, are living in the U.S. President Barack Obama has said they’re Americans in their hearts and us discount viagra overnight delivery mind, but not on paper. Victoria Dominguez, a 24-year-old Dreamer, shares why returning to Mexico wouldn’t mean she would be going home.

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Finding Hope After An Autism Diagnosis

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Isela and Alexis at Autism Speaks Walk at the Rose Bowl.

When Isela Santillan saw her 2-year-old son, Alexis, use tantrums and cialis women cries to ask for food, she felt something was different. She tells Sonic Trace her experience about having an autistic son.

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Keeping Aztec Dancing Alive in Los Angeles

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When 26-year-old Devi Ramirez first got involved with Aztec dancing, it was a way to get out of the house. It ended up shaping who she was — an undocumented student living in Los Angeles.

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From La Burbuja: Wanting to return home

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Giovani Diaz

Giovanni Diaz’s parents left Michoacan, Mexico about 20 years ago. They’ve never gone back, neither has Giovanni. But his father can’t wait to return.

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