Four years ago, Ramón Dorado Mendoza was rapidly deported after being stopped by Airport police on the I-25 (Albuquerque, New Mexico) as he was driving to his college classes. He came with his family to Albuquerque as a child of 6 years old from Chihuahua, México.
This month he was one of the 157 undocumented activists voluntarily detained at the US border crossing in San Diego. Recently released he has played a role in the social movement called, the National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) to reunite families. We talk about his experience living in a strange land separated from his family and home in the U.S.A. and hear his opinions, and his sister´s Rosalinda, about the social activism that is forcing changes in immigration and immigrant policy across the nation.