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Despite the tough subject matter, Guerrero kept the speech light with funny side stories and relatable comments throughout, reminding the audience to laugh every once in awhile.
“Guerrero was extremely down to earth and made a very serious subject more engaging and fun to talk about,” freshman graphic design major Alyssa Schifano said.
To show just how close to home this issue is to Boston and the Northeastern University community, Northeastern freshman Valeria Do Vale also took the stage to tell her story of immigration, struggles and successes.
“I crossed the border with my family at age seven. I looked ahead and all I saw were heat waves and sand, but looking up at the sky, I saw opportunity,” Do Vale said.
Do Vale spoke of the many organizations that helped get her to the podium at Blackman that evening.
“I was able to apply for Defend Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) [and receive] a temporary social security number and a work permit,” Do Vale said. “This doesn’t fix my status. DACA can be taken away at any moment, but it certainly helps.”
Do Vale has lived in Boston since immigrating to the United States from Brazil. In her speech, she emphasized that stories like hers are not uncommon.
“What hasn’t changed is the life threatening circumstances that undocumented immigrants face today,” Do Vale said. “Although we do not have papers, we are people who are frequently just trying to stay alive, and rarely get to dream of opportunity.”
Both women urged the audience to take the issues of immigration seriously and were met with huge applause and snapping from the audience.
Guerrero’s visit was part of tour to promote her new book, “In the Country We Love: My Family Divided.”
“Coming away from the event, I have a new understanding of Latin American culture and appreciation for the struggles immigrants face in our country today,” Schifano said.
Photo by Jon Polen