Sara Campos is a writer, consultant, and lawyer. After more than 15 years of immigration advocacy, she obtained an M.F.A. in creative writing from Mills College. She has published fiction, poetry, and non-fiction articles in a number of publications including St. Anne’s Review, Rio Grande Review, Great River Review, Colorlines, AlterNet Media, and the San Francisco Chronicle. She is also the recipient of the Letras Latinas Fellowship, an Elizabeth George Foundation grant, and residencies with Hedgebrook, the Anderson Center and fellowships with Maconda and VONA. She is currently co-directing the New American Story Project, an online storytelling project on unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America.
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2019 - Us vs. Them: Refugees, Asylum, and the Politics of the Borderlands