My name is My Le, and I am 20 years old. I was brought to the United States from Vietnam when I was five years old along with my two older sisters and father. I lost both my parents at a very young age, and came from a mixed status family where both my sisters were able to receive their U.S. Citizenship. I recently was able to obtain my U.S. Citizenship, and co-founded the San Antonio Immigrant Youth Movement. I am Queer, [Un]documented, Unafraid, Unapologetic, and Unashamed. I currently reside in San Antonio, TX and attend the University of Texas at San Antonio where I double major in Women’s Studies and Psychology. During the Lame Duck Session of the DREAM Act in November 2010, I was involved in a hunger strike that lasted 30+ days, and engaged in a civil disobedience where I did a sit-in at Senator Hutchison’s office. My positionality as an Asian-American immigrant, a womyn of color, and queer has privileged me to understand and experience the struggles of each intersectional identity to build and bridge a stronger community.