"Without Borders?" is part of the collective effort to address some of the important questions pertaining to human rights, the rights of mobility, and racial discrimination in the history of global integration and immigration. This week on the BLYNKT podcast, we will play an excerpt from the BLYNKT co-hosted event. Greisa and Rodrigo from United We Dream, the largest immigrant organization in America, shared with us their personal stories of growing up in America as undocumented youths.
Support the mission of United We Dream: unitedwedream.org/
Lei is joined by her colleague and one of BLYNKT's contributors, Ying-kit Chan, on the BLYNKT podcast this week! BLYNKT is delighted to co-host "Without borders? Globalization & the Refugee Crisis" on the 25th October at Princeton University. Kit and Lei chat about their incentive for encouraging more discussions on the global refugee crisis. If you are free and in the New York area tomorrow, do come join us in the one-day conference!
The event is free and open to the public.
The program of the event can be found here:
To celebrate the launch of Issue 1 of BLYNKT magazine, Carly Dee reads “Daktari” a short story written by Alan Girling.
We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! You can read the original here.
We will be reading further pieces from Issue 1 in the future, make sure you subscribe so you don't miss out!
Carly Dee and Q. Lei