Tuesday, March 20, 2018

S1E13: "I Want To Prove That Their Sacrifice Was Worth It"

Abbey was bought here from Mexico when she was just four years old. As the second oldest child, she is the only child in her family not a U.S. citizen. In this episode of "We Are EG,"  this Elk Grove High School senior discusses the DACA program and the difficulties in trying to apply for college in a world where DACA students face uncertainties.


The music in this podcast was provided by Blue Dot Sessions (https://www.sessions.blue)via the Free Music Archive (http://freemusicarchive.org/). The following tracks were used in this podcast, check out their website for more music.

"Home, Home at Last" Blue Dot Sessions (from Warmbody) (Creative Commons CC BY-NC 4.0)

"Sand Reverie" Blue Dot Sessions (from Desert Orchard) (Creative Commons CC BY-NC 4.0)

"La Costilla" Blue Dot Sessions (from Cholate) (Creative Commons CC BY-NC 4.0)

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

S1E12 "Why I'm Still Standing"

Challenges never deter Elk Grove graduate Jonathan Macedo. In this episode of We Are EG, he reveals how relationships with others––sometimes in unexpected ways––helped see him through some difficult times. 

The music in this podcast was provided by:

    Monk Parker, "I See Stars" from his Dance album (Creative Commons License 4.0)

    Podington Bear, "Threshold"  (Creative Commons License 3.0)

Helen Rae Cooper and Debbie Fox Little, "That’s All It Takes" via