Hector chats with his long-time buddy, Fernando Gonzalez, a high-school counselor and sociologist by training currently pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership.
Hector chats with his brother Chris about growing up as latchkey kids in a working-class, single-parent, immigrant family on the hopeless side of a racially, ethnically and economically diverse suburb of Chicago.
Hector chats with a pair of high-school girls about drugs, socializing, school shootings, trap music, and a whole lot more.
A new Census study further shows that a child’s environment greatly influences his or her future financial success.
‘The Trump administration’s aim is clear: hurting brown foreigners–man, woman, or child.’