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Between Two Worlds: Growing Up with Undocumented Parents in Kitsap County (Online)
Past Event

Join Bainbridge Island Museum of Art for Between Two Worlds: Growing Up with Undocumented Parents in Kitsap County. Alejandra Pulido a KAIRE (Kitsap Advocating for Immigrant Rights & Equality) Youth Leader will share her experience of growing up in Bremerton with undocumented parents. The conversation will be hosted by fellow KAIRE Leader Brenda Calderon, together they will connect the importance of maintaining a global focus while organizing in Kitsap to foster international solidarity.

This event is free and takes place on Zoom. Pre-registration is required.

About the Panelists

Brenda Calderon (she/ella) is a first generation immigrant born and raised in Los Angeles the ancestral unceded land of the Tongva and Chumash. She received her BA from NMSU where she lived and learned from the communities of the borderlands in the southwest. Driven by a passion for food, sustainability, and social justice she dove into the world of agriculture in 2014. She has been a part of the farming and organizing community in Kistap since 2018 in the ancestral unceded land of the Suquamish and Port Gamble S’klallam.

Alejandra Pulido (she/her) is a 17 year old senior at Bremerton High School. The daughter of Eloisa and Ricardo Pulido, she was born and raised in Bremerton. She is currently an active leader in KAIRE fighting for immigrant rights. She aspires to run for office in 2028 after she graduates from law school.


Jan 27, 2021
7:00pm – 8:30pm


Zoom webinar



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