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    • Oswaldo (Oz) Hasbún Avalos

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      A native of El Salvador who immigrated to the United States in 2001, Oz has been committed to improving the quality of medical care for “limited English proficiency” patients since starting his...

    • Shantanu Nundy's Work Featured in The Atlantic: Doctors Get Their Own Second Opinions

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    • Amal El Bakhar Supports Mother and Child’s Effort to Flee Domestic Violence- Wins Sanctuary for Families Above & Beyond Pro Bono Achievement Award

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    • A Century of Jinetes

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      When I was 13, I began to dream of college. To prepare, I decided to apply to a collegepreparatory program. There was one small problem, though: the program required a copy of my Social Security card...

    • Mohamad Abedi

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        Mohamad was born to Palestinian refugees in the United Arab Emirates. His family was under the constant threat of deportation back to the refugee camp in Lebanon where they had come from. His...

    • Cecil Benitez

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      Born in the state of Durango, Mexico, Cecil and her mother came to the United States hoping to flee economic hardships when Cecil was nine years old. In California, Cecil adjusted to life as an...

    • Shinichi Daimyo

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        Shinichi witnessed first-hand the trauma experienced by the Vietnamese boat refugee community when he was growing up in Los Angeles. The stigma toward mental health issues and the lack of access...

    • Daniela Delgado

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      Daniela is a Resident Physician in family medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. She is originally from Bogotá, Colombia and migrated to Miami, FL at the age of twelve with her mom and sister. Her...

    • Amal Elbakhar

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      Amal is litigation associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City. Amal has had one foot rooted in Arab immigrant culture and the other in the classroom of social justice since her family...

    • Ayan Hussein

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      Born to illiterate parents in Mogadishu, Somalia right before the civil war broke out, Ayan has sought refuge across country borders twice in her life. First, her family moved to a refugee camp in...

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