Growing up in rural North Carolina Moises Serrano felt under attack every single day. Since coming out as gay and undocumented in Qué Pasa, the state’s largest Latino newspaper, Serrano has had derogatory words spat at him and received death threats in his mailbox. The threats have escalated since he began fighting for LGBT rights and immigration reform. On one occasion, he found a cross made of stones stretched across his porch. His mother took to be a blessing, but he knew it was a warning.
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