This is an attempt to document my adventures through life.

Basics about Ro

Lesbian living in San Francisco

Loves

-Fixie Bicycles
-Photography
-Buddhism
-Da Bears Da Bears Da Bears
-San Francisco Giants
-Interesting Individuals
-My wonderful girlfriend
-Independent & Foreign Films

*Undocumented & Unafraid*

-If you don't like gays, immigrants or common sense this is not the page for you

 

There is nothing criminal about a families search for dignified work and housing. There is nothing illegal about the need to alleviate hunger and find peace and security for people in their communities, or find adequate health care.  In my mind these are rights that are universal, transnational, and non negotiable. Displaced by corporate globalization and war, the more than 12 million undocumented workers within the U.S. in search of those rights are not only denied the fruits of their labor,  but are beaten away from the tree of enormous wealth  and services that their sweat has watered for generations.
No amount of hate filled rhetoric,  unlawful racist detentions, or tear gas can mask these essential truths that were made so clear by the millions workers themselves. People whose courage in the face of repression, and the potential loss of jobs , continue to pour out from the shadows and into the streets. Not only to heroically defend their rights and dignity, but have also revitalized the historical relevance of May Day, in which migrant workers of years past fought and died for the rights of all workers as they helped established the eight hour work day
Zac de la Rocha

There is nothing criminal about a families search for dignified work and housing. There is nothing illegal about the need to alleviate hunger and find peace and security for people in their communities, or find adequate health care.  In my mind these are rights that are universal, transnational, and non negotiable. Displaced by corporate globalization and war, the more than 12 million undocumented workers within the U.S. in search of those rights are not only denied the fruits of their labor,  but are beaten away from the tree of enormous wealth  and services that their sweat has watered for generations.

No amount of hate filled rhetoric,  unlawful racist detentions, or tear gas can mask these essential truths that were made so clear by the millions workers themselves. People whose courage in the face of repression, and the potential loss of jobs , continue to pour out from the shadows and into the streets. Not only to heroically defend their rights and dignity, but have also revitalized the historical relevance of May Day, in which migrant workers of years past fought and died for the rights of all workers as they helped established the eight hour work day

Zac de la Rocha

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