“I’m getting comments right now saying, ‘You guys should stop crying, like shut up,’” said OSU student Alicia Johnson.
“But you know what? I’ma keep pushing. I’ma keep pushing because this is what I believe in. Small numbers will do big things.”
They are just two of the estimated 75,000-or-so undocumented immigrants in Oklahoma. As President Donald Trump takes office, they spoke to The Frontier about their lives and how they feel about the new Commander-in-chief.