• Salvadorian Immigrant Gives Back through Community Leadership

    2 monthes ago - By Renew our Economy

    For Josefina Cruz-Molina, who was 14 when her family fled increasing violence in El Salvador, moving to a new country was especially difficult. The daughter of an engineer, she had a comfortable life in San Salvador and a close-knit group of friends. But when a classmate of her younger brother was kidnapped at his school, the family realized they couldn't stay. “Leaving everything I knew to come here and start again with a new language was really hard, but I know my parents didn't have a choice,” she says.
    Cruz-Molina's uncle, a U.S. citizen, petitioned the government to give her family...
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