This house in front of Jennyfer was her frist home when she came with her family almost a decade ago. The place that give shelter for her and her family after they decide to stay more when the visa expire. Thanks to her great academic skills, she was able to receive a scholarship to study at the University of Richmond and got accepted on DACA that she said was "like re-born". Because give her the freedom to go out from the shadows.
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Jennyfer and her husband Ted cleaning their home.
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Jennyfer use dance as an act of resistance, being the first latina woman who is part of this course, she is breaking the cycle of just have white people on this spaces.
For some immigrants there is no home now, some of them are being deported to the country they where born but its not longer a place they can call home because they grow up in the States, they built a life here. And now the fear is destroying the last pieces of hope. Jennyfer from Mexico is the start of this story that have so much meaning for me, being an immigrant in Trump presidency its a terrible game of hide and seek.